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Carpay: Libertarians support parental rights and real diversity in education

Carpay: Libertarians support parental rights and real diversity in education

Will my friend Derek Fildebrandt include parents in his new libertarian coalition? His new United Liberty group promises to promote libertarianism, the philosophy of maximum individual freedom. Governments at all levels have become too large, too intrusive, too paternalistic, and too expensive.  Big government is also the driving force behind the cruel and immoral practice of incurring massive debts that will have to be repaid by our children and grandchildren.  So United Liberty is a welcome breath of fresh air ...
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The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms ( seeks a talented and driven individual to join our growing team on a one-year, part-time contract. The Digital Media Producer will be responsible for planning and executing the Justice Centre’s digital marketing strategy, and for designing content that is mission-focused, educational and captivating. Qualifications 3+ years of professional experience in pitching, producing, and editing digital content. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, including Premiere, After Effects, and Photoshop. Ability to conceptualize and develop new ...
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Edmonton Northlands denies K-Days booth to pro-life group after 15 years of inclusion

EDMONTON: The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms ( has made a formal request for Edmonton Northlands to reconsider its refusal to permit Edmonton Pro-Life (EPL) to have a booth at the 2017 K-Days festival, which takes place this year from July 21 - July 30. EPL has had a booth at K-Days for over 15 consecutive years, and never had difficulty registering.  On January 6, 2017, a Northlands "Exhibit Sales Specialist" informed EPL that EPL would no longer be permitted to ...
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Carpay: School Boards have no right to censor sacred texts

Carpay: School Boards have no right to censor sacred texts

Should Alberta’s religious schools be required to censor their own sacred texts, in order to conform with current popular beliefs and fashions? On May 27, the Battle River School Division, based in Camrose, ordered Cornerstone Christian Academy to refrain from reading or studying “any scripture that could be considered offensive to particular individuals.”  Board Chairman Laurie Skori claimed that human rights legislation prevents religious schools from teaching what a child, or a parent, might find “offensive.” In making this demand, ...
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Physician’s conscience should trump patient demands, argues Justice Centre

TORONTO: The Justice Centre will intervene at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Tuesday June 13 through June 15, in support of the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada (“CMDS”) Application against the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (the “CPSO”) in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. The CPSO has adopted policies that require doctors to assist patients who want to commit suicide, and other medical services such as abortion, even if those services conflict with a ...
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The focus of the Justice Centre’s activities are as follows:

Individual Freedom: The Fundamental Freedoms afforded to each and every Canadian by section two of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the Charter).  These freedoms are paramount and embody the very values comprising our democratic society.  They are:
Freedom of Religion and Conscience: The freedom of each and every individual or community, in public or private, to peacefully express their distinct religious beliefs through worship, observance, practice and teaching without censorship or limitation.  This includes the freedom to change your religion or to not follow any religion.  This also includes the freedom of each and every Canadian to hold or consider a fact, value, viewpoint or other thought independent from other individuals.

Freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression: The freedom to seek out an understanding of and peacefully express your thoughts, opinions and beliefs without censorship or limitation.  This includes freedom of the press and other media of communication.  Freedom of expression is the keystone of our democratic society.

Freedom of Peaceful Assembly: The freedom to come together and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend common interests.

Freedom of Association: The freedom to choose to live in a community, be part of an organization or associate with any individual based on your values, culture and other personal preferences.

Equality before the law: Section 15 of the Charter enumerates the human right held by each and every Canadian to be treated equally before and under the law, and to be afforded equal protection and benefit of the law without discrimination based on race, ancestry, ethnicity, age, gender or other such personal characteristics.  This right holds each and every Canadian subject to the same laws, and ensures that no individual or group shall receive special legal privileges.