This Week in Canadian Religion 2018-05-20

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen “Kathryn Chan writes in an article published in the Canadian Bar Review that the “institutional turn” in religious freedom litigation we have seen in Europe and the United States is now apparent in Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada is scheduled hear three religious freedom cases in the … Continue reading

This Week in Canadian Politics 2018-05-20

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen “How easy would it be for the Russians to interfere in Canadian elections? It would be very easy. All they’d have to do is follow the path well-heeled United States interests have used to land-lock Alberta’s oil. Vivian Krause has been following the money trail to understand how … Continue reading

This Week in Religion 2018-03-04

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  “OTTAWA — The Conservative Party decided early Thursday not to proceed with a House of Commons motion that a Canadian Sikh organization says labels its community as “terrorists.” The Canadian Sikh Association posted on its social media channels Thursday morning that they were thankful the Tories had backed … Continue reading

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