Tag: justice centre for constitutional freedoms

Around Town: Welcome!, COVID-19 law challenge, Langley threat, Ward Gasque

One highlight over the Christmas break was a CBC Radio interview with Carmen Louie, manager and cashier at Donald’s Market on Hastings Street near Nanaimo. Her welcoming, outgoing, no-nonsense, Christian approach to a challenging job was very refreshing. The Current host…

Gender, politics and censorship at the BC Human Rights Tribunal

There’s a recent BC Human Rights Tribunal decision you should know about. It’s about gender, religion, politics and censorship. It’s noteworthy for how the Tribunal’s religious worldview is displayed and enforced. The decision is Whatcott v. Oger. You may have heard of…

The Justice Centre is playing a key role in several BC free speech cases

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms announced a win for freedom of speech in its January 17 report: “Victory for Charter rights as City of Port Moody drops charges over ‘gathering without permission.’” The Calgary-based Justice Centre – which describes…