Tag Archive: workplace

Universities a Threat to Free Speech: Report

Journalist Ezra Levant reports on the recent release of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms’ 2012 Campus Freedom Index. See the video here.  

The sorry state of free speech in our institutes of higher learning

Are Canadian universities a threat to free speech? If you ask me, yes, and if you ask civil rights lawyer John Carpay, he’ll go even further. Carpay has ranked universities so that you… Continue reading

More communities bite the dust as Toronto school board hikes rent on church rentals

Church stunned by major TDSB rental fee hike For years a small Toronto religious group, Grace Toronto Church, has hosted its Sunday service in a rented downtown school. This church, like many similar… Continue reading

Christians take discrimination cases to Europe’s top court

Four British Christians urged Europe’s top court Tuesday to rule that they faced discrimination because of their religious beliefs. Two women accuse their employers of refusing to let them wear crosses openly at… Continue reading

Pauline Marois’ two-tier secular vision for Quebec

The Parti Québécois is putting the emphasis squarely on nous — us — in this election campaign. Its slogan and theme song declare, “For us to choose” (À nous de choisir). But with… Continue reading

Care for some Anti-Christian hate with that?

Chick-fil-A faces vandalism, ‘human rights violation’ complaints for defending marriage A gay rights advocacy group in Illinois has launched a series human rights complaints with Illinois state government against Chick-fil-A for supporting marriage,… Continue reading

Nurtured workplace good for clients, employees

Nature or nurture? It’s a question that comes up a lot when talking about how humans grow into the people they are – and depending on who you talk to, the answer is… Continue reading

The True North – Strong and Free?

Canadians are painfully nice. This is not all bad, of course. Our history has made niceness a necessary quality to maintain harmony between a wide variety of cultures, faiths, and political beliefs. One… Continue reading

Board’s anti-bullying plan one-sided, priest says

Some local groups are saying the public school board’s anti-bullying initiatives don’t offer the same protections to religious students as they do to those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transsexual.   “Our… Continue reading