Yearly Archives: 2018

The Right of Religious Hospitals to Refuse Physician-assisted Suicide

Here is the summary of my most recent article being published in the upcoming Supreme Court Law Review: The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision to allow medical assistance in dying (MAiD) has created a crisis of conscience for religious hospitals that refuse MAiD based on religious beliefs and conscience. This… More

We Need Your Financial Help to Support Litigation Against the Government of Canada’s Violation of Freedom

This entry is part 21 of 21 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

Dear friend, Help us defend freedom in Canada. New ideological requirements for the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program are a violation of conscience and an abuse of the Charter. The rights of everyone are at stake. We are taking a legal stand against the government’s unlawful discrimination, and we need… More

Canada Summer Job Program Heats Up in Time For Summer

This entry is part 20 of 21 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

Sunscreen and splash toys, bug spray and BBQs remind us that summertime is fast approaching. But for some, the rising temperatures are part of a controversy that, for good reason, simply won’t melt away. The Canada Summer Jobs issue shows no signs of cooling down. It continues to garner press… More

Job Opportunity: Manager, Human Resources

This is not your typical HR role!  We are seeking an experienced HR professional with a CHRL or CPHR designation and a deep curiosity for the broader operational issues faced by Christian Charities in Canada today. ARE YOU THE CANDIDATE WE ARE SEEKING? Do you have a passion for the… More

Law and Religion Bibliography

Who or what has the ultimate authority to demand our allegiance? What gives meaning or purpose to our lives? How do we best achieve civil peace and personal liberty? These are the sorts of profound and relevant questions addressed by law and religion. Faced with revolutionary upheaval in our legal… More

Defining Moments

What matters more: personal conviction, or the praise of others? From my latest op-ed, Defining Moments: There are defining moments in everyone’s life. Often, those turning points are intensely personal and private. Sometimes, however, we are privileged to witness the uncompromising conviction of individuals who boldly take a public stand to defend what’s… More