Asinine to think genuine freedom under law exists here

Rory Leishman London Free Press

In a series of rulings, judicial activists on the Supreme Court of Canada have eviscerated the purported guarantees in Section 2 of the Charter of “a) freedom of conscience and religion” and “b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression.” In the advisory submission to the CPSO, the Ontario Human Rights Commission pointed out: “The Supreme Court of Canada recognized in the Trinity Western decision that providers of public services are expected to essentially “check their personal views at the door” when providing their services.”

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