16 Mar 2015 The appeal of the CPSO decision
The Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons’ recent decision on doctor’s “conscience rights” will be subject to a Court review. The Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada has announced a legal appeal of the new policy. On the feature interview this week, we speak to the Executive Director of the Society about the appeal.
Also on the program, the Trinity Western case is going back to court in Nova Scotia. The Province’s Barrister’s Society has announced an appeal of a ruling granting graduates of the proposed TWU Law School the right to practice in Nova Scotia. We speak to the Barry Bussey, the VP of Legal Affairs for the Canadian Council of Christian Charities about the appeal. Mr. Bussey has written a blog post about this, which we reference in the program. You can find it here.
ARPA took part in a Press Conference in Ottawa last week, talking about the erosion of religious freedom in Canada. On the program, we speak with André Schutten about what’s behind that erosion.
The Globe and Mail’s Margaret Wente wrote a column recently which looks like a strong endorsement of Canada’s new anti-prostitution laws, and ARPA’s position on the issue.
And we take a look back at the success of the movie “The DropBox“, and a look ahead to what’s next for that project.
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