Tag Archives: Ontario Human Rights Code
This Week in Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms 2018-06-03
A weekly update on the news relevant to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms for 2018-06-03.
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Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 29-Apr-2017 to 5-May-2017.
How to talk about student prayers without sounding like a dumbass
What should have been a non-controversy in Mississauga about accommodating Muslim student prayers has exploded into a major point of contention for Canadian atheists and secularists. Unfortunately, most of the “debate” has been people mindlessly parroting slogans they presumably think are profound, but are in fact shallow and misguided at best. If you want to… Read more »
Gay Rights Are Human Rights
Canadian Museum for Human Rights The concept that gay rights are human rights should never be questioned; it should be a “truth universally acknowledged,” not just enshrined in human rights codes. The Canadian Human Rights Act, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the Ontario Human Rights Code are not documents in a museum;… Read more »
Physicians and the Ontario Human Rights Code
UPDATE: If the highlighted link at “Complete a brief online survey concerning the current policy” results in the message “Thanks for completing this survey,” it’s because I already completed the survey. Go to http://policyconsult.cpso.on.ca/?page_id=3403 to access the survey. This year, physicians in Ottawa and Calgary have been in the news for refusing to prescribe birth… Read more »