Rights group wins intervener status in Whatcott appeal



August 14, 2008

The Saskatoon StarPhoenix – 2008.07.23

REGINA (SNN) – A Canadian advocacy group with a stated mission of protecting constitutional freedom has been allowed to intervene in an appeal launched by a former Regina man over his anti-gay literature. On Tuesday, Saskatchewan Court of Appeal Justice Darla Hunter granted the Canadian Constitution Foundation intervener status in Bill Whatcott’s appeal. He’s hoping to overturn a Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal decision which found he had violated the province’s Human Rights Code when he distributed anti-gay flyers in Regina and Saskatoon several years ago. Keep reading here….

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