Happy news to take you into the weekend! The Supreme Court decision in the twin cases of Law Society of British Columbia v Trinity Western University and Law Society of Upper Canada v Trinity Western University went in favour of the law societies.
The next award in the 2018 Canadian Atheist Awards is “Story of the year”. This award is for the news or cultural story that captured the most interest or had the most impact among Canadian atheists in 2017.
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear arguments jointly for two cases involving Trinity Western University’s now infamous law school. This case could be one of the most important cases for secularism and religious freedom in Canada since R v Big M Drug Mart Ltd, and there’s already been a … Continue reading
This week’s Weekly Update is a little thin. That shouldn’t be surprising: just about every article and post from just about every news media outlet and blog this week has either been about the US election or its surprising, disappointing, horrifying result.
Trinity Western University (TWU) will sound familiar to most Canadian atheists. Back in 2001, the British Columbia College of Teachers (BCCT) – which was, at the time, the professional regulatory body for teachers in BC – denied accreditation to its teaching certification program because of the university’s bigoted stance against … Continue reading