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From my latest op-ed on iPolitics: I take the position that the Supreme Court’s decisions were themselves unreasonable and are a harbinger for serious disputes to come. First, until this decision, the law societies had no statutory authority to investigate the admissions policies of… More

Convivium: Judicial Idiosyncracy

See Barry’s Op-Ed published in today’s Convivium Magazine: Last Friday’s Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) decisions on Trinity Western University call for freedom-loving Canadians to courageously stand up and demand change to legislation governing the law societies in this country. We need our legislatures to ensure that court decisions that… More

The Constitutional Promise of Religious Freedom Betrayed

This entry is part 41 of 41 in the series Trinity Western University.

June 15, 2018, will go down in history as the day that the constitutional promise of religious freedom was betrayed.  In the next few minutes I will explain why. The Supreme Court of Canada released two decisions against Trinity Western University’s bid to have a law school, one involving the Law… More

Job Opportunity: Administrative Assistant

As an administrative assistant with CCCC, you’ll be part of a fast-paced and energetic team that helps Christian charities be exemplary, healthy, and effective. Are you the candidate we are seeking? Do you have a passion for the mission that Christ gave His Church and a desire to use your… More

TWU Loses: Canada’s Religious Freedom Forever Altered

This entry is part 40 of 41 in the series Trinity Western University.

In a devastating decision to religious freedom, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that a private Christian university is not allowed to open a law school because of its beliefs and practices on traditional marriage. Decisions Background Trinity Western University is a private religious university in Langley, British Columbia.  It… More

June 15 TWU Decision To Be Released

This entry is part 39 of 41 in the series Trinity Western University.

June 15, 2018, at 9:45 a.m., Canadian legal history will be made.  That is when the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) will release its decisions concerning the Trinity Western University School of Law.  There are two decisions that will be given. Background In December 2013, the Federation of the… More

Bussey’s Commentary on Wall Decision Recognizing The Freedom of Religious Communities To Make Decisions on Membership & Internal Rules

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Wall v. JWs.

Brief Facts: Mr. Wall was found by his church to have violated their teachings and was disfellowshipped for not being sufficiently repentant. His loss of membership meant his former co-congregants would no longer do business with him as a real estate agent. His business suffered to the point of bankruptcy. … More