Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Strange Case of Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society Appeal of the TWU Ruling

This entry is part 10 of 42 in the series Trinity Western University.

Despite the resounding loss at the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in January, the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society has decided to appeal.  Justice Campbell ruled that Trinity Western University’s Community Covenant was “not unlawful” and that TWU “ike churches and other private institutions … does not have to comply with the… More

Religious Freedom: A Communal Right

On March 19, the Supreme Court of Canada released its long-anticipated Loyola decision and came very close to saying that there is a religious freedom right, protected by the Charter, for religious corporations. It was only one vote short. However, the entire seven-member panel of the Court ruled that religious… More

Practical Training for Boards and Senior Leaders

A good board-staff relationship is key to a thriving ministry, yet many organizations struggle to make the relationship work well. CCCC has released a brand new training DVD set that walks through the keys to a healthy relationship between boards and senior leaders. This follow-up to Serving as a Board… More