Many Canadians object to having their mandatory union dues used to promote various social agendas such as same sex marriage, anti-life legislation and other issues that are deeply informed by religious values. The League has been involved with several such cases, including one involving the right to divert mandatory union dues to Church or charity rather than go along with this advocacy. The factum for the appeal of this case, between Susan Comstock and the Public Service Alliance of Canada, summarizes many of the freedom of religion, freedom of expression and freedom of association issues associated with the use and possibility for diversion of mandatory union dues.
Death on Demand Comes to Canada with Euthanasia Expansion https://ccrl.ca/2021/03/c-7law/
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The League is disappointed to learn of a cheap anti-Catholic comment made recently by Liberal Party MP Adam Vaughan (Spadina – Fort York). Here's our release: https://ccrl.ca/2021/01/adamvaughan/
Tanya discusses the latest COVID lockdowns across Canada. @anthonyfurey , @DrChristianElia, Pastor Henry Hildebrandt, and @LDBildy join in on the discussion.
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