Daily Archives: October 25, 2017

Changes to Criminal Code

by | October 25, 2017

  Scott Douglas Jacobsen According to The Canadian Press, the Canadian Criminal Code (Government of Canada, 2017) is too narrow, as in exclusive to too many: Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says the fact that it is against the law to disrupt a clergyman or minister — but not an imam or a rabbi — is one… Read more »

On the Periphery of Bill 62, Quebec National Assembly’s Crucifix

by | October 25, 2017

  Scott Douglas Jacobsen Aside from governments telling women what they can wear and can’t wear around the world, minor political activist efforts come in at a consistent pace, on the periphery of the news cycle. Some even have sole article reportage (Peritz, 2017). As noted in the Freedom of Thought Report from the International… Read more »

Speaking of One School System for All: What About One Sexual Education Curriculum?

by | October 25, 2017

  Scott Douglas Jacobsen There has been discussion over a long time with some ‘flash-points’ about one publicly-funded education system in Canada. Organizations such as Civil Rights in Public Education (CRIPE), One Public Education Now (OPEN), One Public School System for Ontario, One School System, OneSystemSask, and others, presumably (CRIPE, 2017a; OPEN, 2017; One Public… Read more »