Tag Archives: law and religion

Federal Court Refuses Injunction On Canada Summer Jobs

This entry is part 10 of 24 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

Right to Life Association of Toronto and Area, et. al. v. Canada, Federal Court, January 30, 2018; Docket: T-8-18 Justice St-Louis, of the Federal Court, ruled today that the Right to Life Association of Toronto (RTLT) failed to meet the legal test for an injunction against the federal government’s Canada… More

RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES CALL ON GOVERNMENT TO REMOVE ABORTION ATTESTATION REQUIREMENT

This entry is part 9 of 24 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES CALL ON GOVERNMENT TO REMOVE ABORTION ATTESTATION REQUIREMENT – Intersection Show Episode 002 Host Barry Bussey interviews Philip Milley (Associate Director at the Canadian Council of Christian Charities) on the recent updates surrounding Canada Summer Jobs Government Funding controversy. Watch & Share the Video to Share the Message! https://www.facebook.com/lawandreligionCanada/videos/2024345864444938/ More

CCCC’s Response To Government’s Supplementary Information on CSJ

This entry is part 7 of 24 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

​Minister Patty Hajdu called CCCC last evening to inform us of the rationale behind the attestation requirement of the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program.  We were given an opportunity to express our views.  The Minister then said she would take the information to her staff and see what to… More

Important Notice about the Canada Summer Jobs Program

This entry is part 4 of 24 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

Attn.: Christian Charities in Canada If you have received funding in the past but in 2018 it is denied because of your refusal to accept the government’s attestation, please email (mail@cccc.org) or call (519-669-5137) us at the CCCC office as to the next steps. Please keep us informed as to… More

Bussey on ipolitics.ca: Trudeau, Trinity Western and the war on religious dissent

This entry is part 2 of 24 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

The Trudeau government recently announced that it will no longer permit religious charities to access the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program unless they conform to government ideology on social policy. The CSJ program provides students with opportunities to work at non-profits. However, the government’s view is that if a charity does… More

Summer Jobs Program: Further Evidence of The Government of Canada’s Ideological Approach Toward Religious Charities

This entry is part 1 of 24 in the series Canada Summer Jobs.

Last week it was revealed that the Government of Canada has decided to implement ideological screening on any group that requests funding for its Canada Summer Jobs program.  Only those non-profit groups that hold the same views as the government on matters of abortion and sexual moral norms will be… More