Christian school has right to refuse child from same-sex home: Ontario tribunal

Katheeen Wynne’s Mom disappointed at ruling.

TORONTO, September 14, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A Canadian civil rights commission has granted a Christian school the freedom to follow its own rules.

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) ruled that The Private Academy, an evangelical grade school, may turn down a lesbian guardian’s application for their adopted child to attend.

The homosexual activists, who say they are Christian but do not go to church regularly, met with the school principal to get their ward admitted to a preschool program. However, the Christian school — which does not receive government funding — has a moral code that requires families of students to attend a church and share the same biblical values the school advocates.