Canada Supreme Court: Catholic schools have a right to teach church views

Top Court rules Quebec infringed on high school’s religious freedom

High Court ruling clears way for Loyola’s religious studies course

Supreme Court rules Quebec infringed on Loyola High School’s religious freedom

Supreme Court sides with Quebec Catholic school on religious freedom

Canadian Supreme Court: Gov. can’t force Catholic schools to teach contrary to its beliefs

Canadian Supreme Court: Govt can’t force Catholic school to teach contrary to its beliefs

Law permitting assisted suicide in Belgium enters new controversy

Strasbourg Court looks at Belgium euthanasia case

In a world of hurt, ADF International is working to protect life

Canadian pastor detained on most recent aid trip to North Korea

Family: Canadian pastor being held in North Korea

Margot Bentley appeal to stop feeding denied by B.C. court

Canada’s Supreme Court creates right to assisted suicide, leaves details up to Parliament

Canadian pastor missing after aid trip to North Korea

Alex Schadenberg: A very dangerous euthanasia ruling

ADF attorneys secure renewed protections for believers abroad

“Am I an executioner or am I a surgeon?”

Stockland: Court’s assisted-suicide ruling raises prospect of ‘kill at will’

Physician-assisted death in Canada: Carter v Canada (AG)

Judicial death and the church: Assisted suicide in Canada

    Juicy Ecumenism: Canada’s top court has effectively overturned its nation’s laws against assisted suicide, overriding longstanding legislation of Canada’s elected representatives and a thousand years of Common Law, not to mention even more ancient understandings about human life rooted in millennia of Jewish and Christian teaching, which is no little thing. But fully self-actualized philosopher kings and queens in judicial robes may do so cavalierly, because they are the vanguard of the ever progressing radically autonomous individual, who is subject to no normative reality and may endlessly reimagine truth contingent only on need.

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Supreme Court rules Canadians have right to doctor-assisted suicide

Canadian court kills ban on doctor-assisted suicide

Canada’s highest court has overturned ban on assisted suicide

Gov’t power being used to force secularization

Canada strikes down ban on assisted suicide, says it violates right to life

Canadian Supreme Court opens very narrow door to doctor-prescribed death

Canadian disability rights activist implores Supreme Court not to strike down Canada’s laws prohibiting assisted suicide

Space enough for all: Nova Scotia Supreme Court makes decision on Trinity Western University Law School

Protecting doctors’ freedom of conscience

Euthanasia: A personal perspective

Human rights complaint against Ontario school board filed by atheist

Update: Religious freedom and a Canadian law school

Judge’s tough decision lectures about church rights and protections from ‘power of the state’ in huge win for Christian law school battling for survival

Sexual-behavior rules can’t disqualify Canadian law school from accreditation

Canadian court upholds religious freedom of law students

Twenty seven years ago today, Canada allowed unlimited abortions up to birth for any reason

Trinity Western law students OK to practise in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Supreme Court rules in favour of Christian university in B.C.

Tough times for Christian lawyers up north

Concerns growing as Canadian Supreme Court set to rule on assisted suicide

Law society council upholds Trinity Western accreditation

Charlie Hebdo attack spurs effort to abolish Canada’s blasphemy law

Canadian Mennonites officiate first same-sex wedding

‘A day of shame’: New Brunswick premier scraps abortion regulations to ‘improve access’

Want to stop abortions in Canada? Volunteer at a pregnancy center

Sex-selection abortions are perfectly legal in Canada

B.C. lawyers vote against Christian law school grads

Assisted Suicide debate masks disability prejudice

A right to euthanasia?

Christian graduate gets obscene job rejection letter

The largest pro-life display in Canadian history ignored by media

A married mom and dad really do matter: New evidence from Canada

Questions remain about polygamy law as charges laid against men from B.C. sect

After twenty years, Morgentaler abortion clinic shutting down in Fredericton

Canadian doctors should not be forced to do abortions or provide birth control

Canadian town boots Chick-fil-A leadership conference over restaurant’s marriage stance

Canada: Trans kids referred to as ‘xe’ instead of ‘he’ or ‘she’

B.C. lawyers vote against religious school

Canadian legal societies refuse to recognize Christian law school grads

Ontario law society votes against accrediting graduates of Religious B.C. university

Law Grads from Trinity Western University will not be allowed to practice in Ontario

Energy plant reportedly burning medical waste–including aborted babies–for energy

    Following a LifeNews report that received national attention, the Marion County Board of Commissioners issued a statement indicating it will temporarily halt all burning of “medical waste” while it investigates. Today the Marion County Board of Commissioners is holding an emergency meeting to determine how the Covanta Waste-to-Energy Facility was authorized to burn medicate “waste” that includes the remains of aborted babies.

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Catholic teacher’s union to march in pride parade, Cardinal critical

Pro-life protests near schools concern Vancouver parents

Lawyers challenge B.C. approval of Trinity Western law school

Pro-life, pro-marriage advocates arrested at Canadian university

Trinity Western law school approved in B.C. despite “gay rights” dispute

Religious Calgary school threatens to expel “immoral” staff, students

Canada: Law society to debate Trinity Western University’s homosexual behavior ban