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The legal basis for the court action against UBC

Posted on Jan 15, 2020 in Uncategorized

By Marty Moore Justice Centre Staff Lawyer The University of British Columbia (UBC) is facing legal action for failing to reinstate the Andy Ngo event. There are numerous legal bases upon which to challenge UBC for its unilateral decision cancelling the planned event. These include administrative law, contract law, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Procedurally, UBC abjectly failed to make this decision in a procedurally fair manner. With the event just over a month away, UBC cancelled the event outright, without providing any notice or opportunity for The Free Speech Club to...

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BC Appeal Court in part overturns lower court ruling which infringed free speech of father of transgender child

Posted on Jan 10, 2020 in Featured, Justice Update, Latest Updates, News Releases, Uncategorized

BC Appeal Court in part overturns lower court ruling which infringed free speech of father of transgender child

VANCOUVER: The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (jccf.ca) is reviewing the January 10, 2020 decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal in the case of a father who is deeply concerned with his minor female-born child undergoing controversial gender transition treatments. In part, the Court of Appeal has overturned a lower court ruling which limited what the father could say regarding his child’s transition, including to third party persons. The now 15-year old child involved in the case was born female, but with the mother’s support decided to proceed with testosterone...

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Foothills County Scrooges Cannot Remove Trailer Signs on Private Property, Rules Calgary Judge

Posted on Dec 20, 2019 in Justice Update, Latest Updates, News Releases, Uncategorized

Foothills County Scrooges Cannot Remove Trailer Signs on Private Property, Rules Calgary Judge

CALGARY:  The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (jccf.ca) is pleased with today’s Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench ruling that prevents Foothills County grinches from removing signs on private property beginning on Christmas Eve. Justice Centre lawyers appeared before Justice Glen Poelman earlier today in Calgary to apply for an injunction against Foothills County. The injunction that has now been granted allows Spot Ads Inc., and Alberta landowners to keep personal signs on their private property attached to the sides of trailers, while a constitutional challenge is ongoing...

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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

John Carpay, The Post Millennial, November 15, 2019 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,...

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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 and...

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Posted on May 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms is seeking a part-time administrative assistant who would be required to perform administrative duties assigned by the office manager. The successful applicant’s skills and qualifications must include working with Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and database software. The Administrative Assistant’s main job duties and responsibilities include: creating, maintaining, editing, and updating spreadsheets, mailing lists, contact lists, and donor information on a database, prepare outgoing mail for distribution, maintaining the...

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