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Forcing children to participate in spiritual ritual at the centre of BC court hearing

Posted on Nov 18, 2019 in Justice Update, Latest Updates, News Releases

Forcing children to participate in spiritual ritual at the centre of BC court hearing

NANAIMO:  This week, the Supreme Court of BC will hear the case of a mother who objected to her children being forced to participate in two supernatural rituals at their Port Alberni public school. In 2015, the school required children to participate in a ceremony whereby smoke from burning sage was fanned over the classroom’s children for purposes of cleansing their spirits of negative energy. Later in the school year, a prayer was offered at a mandatory student assembly. The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (jccf.ca) represents Candice Servatius in her action against School...

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B.C. court to rule on forcing children to participate in supernatural rituals

Posted on Nov 16, 2019 in Featured, Justice Update, Uncategorized

B.C. court to rule on forcing children to participate in supernatural rituals

BY JOHN CARPAY Public schools in British Columbia are not complying with court rulings, because children are required to participate in supernatural or religious rituals and spiritual practices in the classroom. For most of Canada’s history, children in public schools have recited the Lord’s Prayer, while children in Catholic schools recited the Our Father, the same prayer. The “public” schools were, in fact, Protestant schools, inculcating the general principles of non-Catholic Christianity. In recent decades, following trends in Canadian culture, public schools have gradually ceased...

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School sued for telling six-year-old girl that girls are not real

Posted on Nov 4, 2019 in Featured, Justice Update, Latest Updates, News Releases

OTTAWA: The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (www.jccf.ca) is representing a young girl (“NB”) and her mother in an application before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal against the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, the child’s former teacher and the principal of the school. The family brought the claim for discrimination on the basis of gender identity, for teaching NB and her class there are no such things as girls or boys. NB identifies strongly as a girl. The amended application includes a claim for discrimination on the basis of sex, and notes the child’s rights to...

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Leader’s Debate Commission Bans Rebel and TNI

Posted on Oct 31, 2019 in Justice Update

John Carpay, The Post Millennial, October 6, 2019 The Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery has rejected the applications of both Rebel News and True North News to attend and report on the Monday October 7 political party leaders’ election debate. Collin Lafrance, Chief of the Press Gallery Secretariat, has excluded both organizations because they are “actively involved in advocacy.” If Mr. Lafrance is correct in his assessment of True North and Rebel News, then these two media outlets would fit in well with many of the Press Gallery’s existing members, which advocate openly and...

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Killing Europe and Killing Politically Incorrect Expression

Posted on Oct 30, 2019 in Justice Update, Uncategorized

John Carpay, The Post Millenial, September 24, 2019   On September 16, 2019, the Ontario Divisional Court declared that it had no jurisdiction to hear the claim of Valerie Thomas Price and Madeline Weld against the Ottawa Public Library. In November 2017, the Ottawa Public Library cancelled a room-booking for the showing of the documentary “Killing Europe.” Killing Europe is about the 1.3 million migrants who came to Europe in 2015, of whom 73% are male; the 2015 Copenhagen shootings; the Organization for Islamic Cooperation pushing to criminalize the criticism of Islam; the erosion...

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Babysitter Drops Human Rights Complaint Against Single Dad

Posted on Oct 28, 2019 in Justice Update, Latest Updates, News Releases

Babysitter Drops Human Rights Complaint Against Single Dad

EDMONTON: Two years after filing a human rights complaint against a single father who asked him his age and gender, babysitter James Cyrynowski has now dropped his human rights complaint against the Alberta dad. Cyrynowski’s decision to withdraw his complaint follows a written request by the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (jccf.ca) asking the Alberta Human Rights Commission to dismiss Cyrynowski’s complaint. The Human Rights Officer and the Northern Director both recommended that Cyrynowski’s complaint be dismissed. Cyrynowski made national headlines after filing...

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