Monthly Archives: May 2008

Opposition to immorality a criminal offence in Canada

Opposition to immorality a criminal offence in Canada, but there is a fine distinction between that and firing a homosexual employee.  The group punished for doing that requires all employees to sign a contract agreeing to abstain from all sexual immorality, including homosexuality. Ministry fined for firing homosexual employee Jeff Johnson – OneNewsNow – 5/1/2008 12:00:00 PM Canadian ministry Christian Horizons has been fined more than $23,000 for firing an employee who was actively engaged in a homosexual relationship. Christian Horizons is an evangelical ministry in Ontario that has cared for more than 1,400 people with developmental disabilities in 180 group homes. The group requires all employees to sign a contract … Continue reading

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You’re a victim (even if you don’t know it)

You’re a victim (even if you don’t know it) Barbara Kay, National Post Wednesday, April 30, 2008 Unless you swore off newspapers and TV between April 12 and 19 in Quebec, you were exposed to a carpet-bombing of “sensibilisation” ads on sexual assault against women, sponsored by the Ministere de la Culture, Communications et la Condition feminine du Quebec. The TV ad featured a fresh-faced woman with flowing tresses framing an angelic face — she could be 17 or 25, hard to say — staring gravely into the camera. Calmly, she intones: “One out of every three women in Quebec will be the victim of a sexual assault during her … Continue reading

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