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The Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) is pleased to report that the Hollywood Blockbuster film Unplanned is finally being screened in Canada, albeit for one week only beginning on Friday, July 12.read more
Ontario is the only provincial or territorial jurisdiction which has made demands to this extent with its doctors. Other jurisdictions have elected to recognize such conscientious objections, or have provided a means to allow other transfers of a patient’s file, without infringing such rights.read more
The right to life and the sanctity of human life is fundamental to all of the civil rights issues that the CCRL addresses through its work.read more
On behalf of the Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) and our national Board, may you find joy in the Risen Christ, who remains the answer to all our troubles.read more
The Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) notes with regret last week’s introduction of proposed legislation to force all religious symbols to be removed by specific public sector workers in the province of Quebec.read more
Déclaration sur le projet de loi 21 au Québec visant à supprimer les symboles religieux des travailleurs du secteur public québécois
La Ligue catholique des droits humains (LCDH) note avec regret la présentation, la semaine dernière, d’un projet de loi visant à obliger certains travailleurs du secteur public à enlever tout symbole religieux.read more
The Catholic Civil Rights League (CCRL) notes with alarm and despair this morning’s knife attack of Father Claude Grou, rector of St. Joseph’s Oratory in Montreal, while presiding at morning Mass.read more
The League issued its 2018 Annual Report on December 12, 2018 at the CCRL’s AGM in Toronto.read more
The CCRL Participates In Ontario Court of Appeal with Oral Arguments in Support of Physicians’ Conscience Rights
The CCRL’s lawyer, Mr. Emrys Davis, submitted that moral rights are central to one’s sense of human dignity, and that it was unacceptable to marginalize objecting physicians as religious extremists.read more
The government has moved from an attestation requirement, or forced speech, by having to check a box in support of its views on “reproductive health”, which included unfettered access to abortion at all stages or its views on gender ideology, to a new requirement. It now seeks applicants to confirm that it will not engage in certain “proposed activities” in respect of otherwise legitimate beliefs with which the current government disagrees.read more
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