The Supreme Court of Canada has finally issued its ruling in the Loyola Case and it’s a qualified victory for the Christian School movement in Canada. On the feature interview this week, ARPA lawyer André Schutten explains the subtle distinctions in the ruling; part of it was unanimous, and part of it was a “split vote” which left some ambiguity.
Also an important court ruling in the U.S. last week on freedom of religion, this one granting a religious-based exemption from “Obama-Care”, the new national health care program there.
And a situation in Windsor, Ontario, is leading to renewed calls to revive Bill C-484; legislation that would have amended the Criminal Code when it comes to murders involving pregnant women. The story references several Facebook pages (here and here), and a major petition drive that’s been launched at change.org.
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