Bank of Montreal Should Withdraw Its Attack on Christians
By Dr. Charles McVety
On March 26th, 2014 the Bank of Montreal wrote a letter to the Upper Canada Law Society attacking a Christian University law school for its support of traditional marriage. BMO also co-signed a similar letter to the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. The Nova Scotia Barristers Society then rejected Trinity Western’s application.Nova Scotia Supreme Court Sends Strong Message To Law Societies Refusing To Recognize Christian Law
By News on the Net
OTTAWA – The judgment in the Trinity Western University (TWU) lawsuit against the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society was released this morning, with the judge ruling in favour of TWU. The 137-page decision sets out a robust defense of religious freedom, chiding the Barristers’ Society for attempting to impose its morality on a private Christian university. At paragraph 10, Justice Campbell writes, “The Charter is not a blueprint for moral conformity. Its purpose is to protect the citizen from the power of the state, not to enforce compliance by citizens or private institutions with the moral judgments of the state.”Wynne Is Promising More Debt, Not Less
By Canadian Taxpayers Federation
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is ambitious. Government, she argues, needs to play a bigger role in “nation building.” To this end, on a recent visit to Ottawa, Wynne called on the federal government to commit to spending 5 per cent of Canada’s GDP on infrastructure projects.