Homosexuality Tag

30 Jun 2010 Major Canadian Businesses Supporting Raunchy Toronto Gay Pride Parade

ARPA Note: We can be thankful that this year hundreds of thousands of our tax dollars aren't funding this. This is an example of how your taking action makes a difference. By Thaddeus M. Baklinski TORONTO, June 29, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - LifeSiteNews has compiled a list of the corporate sponsors who are supporting Toronto's sordid annual homosexual "pride" parade (see below).
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30 Jun 2010 Equity Training for Ontario Catholic Boards: Homosexuality ‘Normal’, ‘Natural’

By Patrick B. Craine TORONTO, Ontario, June 29, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The majority of Ontario’s Catholic education establishment has backed the Ontario Ministry of Education’s equity and inclusive education strategy, even where it mandates “equity” based on sexual orientation, on the basis that the Catholic Church has always emphasized equity and inclusivity.
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27 May 2010 One More Example of Reconcilliation Triumphing Over Commissions and Tribunals

‘Gay’ Ex-Altar Server Drops Human Rights Case against Bishop: By John-Henry Westen and Patrick Craine: PETERBOROUGH, Ontario, May 27, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The human rights complaint filed against Bishop Nicola De Angelis of Peterborough, Ontario over his decision to disallow an open homosexual from acting as an altar server in the diocese has been dropped without conditions.
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10 May 2010 ARPA Members and Ron Gray Meet with BC Cabinet Minister

ARPA Note: This press release was produced by Take Back Our Schools. Learn more about the ongoing effort to bring positive change to BC's schools by clicking here. LANGLEY, April 30, 2010 (TBOS) — A meeting of concerned Langley constituents with Langley MLA Mary Polak (who is also Minister of Children and Family Development, and Minister Responsible for Child Care) today produced some hopeful results—but also some concerns.
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10 May 2010 Send a thank you note for cuts to pride festival funding

ARPA Action Item: Take action today by sending your MP and Federal Industry Minister Tony Clement a note of support for these funding cuts [Send it to [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected] and your MP's contact information is here. Toronto Star, May 8 2010, OTTAWA—The Harper government is being labelled homophobic for refusing to fund Toronto’s gay pride festival this year. The festival received $400,000 last year from the marquee tourism events program but it won’t get a nickel this year. [Click here to read the many news reports about...

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08 Apr 2010 Boissoin Letter isn’t Human Rights Case: Minister

ARPA Action Item: Please send Mr. Blackett a thank-you note [email protected] for speaking up, and encourage him to make the necesary changes to the Alberta HRC (even getting rid of it) to correct this long-standing problem. CBC.ca, April 8 2010: The minister responsible for the Alberta Human Rights Commission says a complaint about an anti-gay letter to a Red Deer newspaper should never have gone before the commission. "It's not there to mediate hurt feelings caused by some words or not," said Culture Minister Lindsay Blackett. "If it's hateful,...

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06 Apr 2010 Promotion of Homosexuality in Schools

ARPA Note: If you don't believe this issue really matters, read this article from the Vancouver Courier about a gay rally being held at a BC elementary school. Doctors Say Schools May Be Spreading Misinformation About Homosexuality by Nima Reza, www.citizenlink.com: The American College of Pediatricians (ACP) is sending a letter to school superintendents asking that they not tell students who may experience same-sex attractions to simply accept that they are homosexual. The group has launched the Web site FactsAboutYouth.com with material for educators and students. [Continue reading this article...

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12 Mar 2010 Social justice dispute heads for full hearing

Vancouver Sun, March 13 2010: A discrimination complaint against the Abbotsford school district over its handling of a new social justice course, which included information about sexual orientation and gender identity, is headed for a full inquiry by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal. In a decision released this week, the tribunal rejected a bid by the district to have the complaint quashed after it agreed in 2009 to allow students to take Social Justice 12, despite a community controversy over the subject matter. [Keep reading this article here. For...

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12 Mar 2010 Another Human Rights Tribunal Case: Homosexuals vs. Christian B & B Owners

Montreal Gazette, March 13, 2010 VANCOUVER — For the second time in five years, the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal will rule on a clash between gay rights and religious beliefs when it hears a complaint by two men denied accommodation in a Christian couple's bed and breakfast. [Keep reading this article here.]...

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