Tag Archives: religious freedom in Canada

Supreme Court of Canada: Churches Free to Determine Membership Requirements and Disciplinary Process Without Judicial Review

This entry is part 7 of 8 in the series Wall v. JWs.

Here is the head note of today’s decision. Check back to this blog for more commentary: The Highwood Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses is a voluntary, religious association. A member must live according to accepted standards of conduct and morality. A member who deviates and does not repent may be asked… More

Canada Summer Job Program Heats Up in Time For Summer

This entry is part 20 of 22 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

Important Notice about the Canada Summer Jobs Program

This entry is part 4 of 22 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