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CANADIAN RELIGIOUS BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION, a corporation consisting of doctrinally evangelical individuals concerned for the spread of the Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, have banded together for the sake of strength and fellowship, which comes from numbers united in a common cause. Thus united, the Canadian Religious Broadcasters Association feel they can contribute to the improvement of religious broadcasting, better serve the interests of Christian people, and more effectively minister to the spiritual welfare of this nation.


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On Wednesday, December 8th the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council launched a vicious attack against free speech and Word TV
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Showdown: Ontario gvmt tells Catholic schools gay clubs policy is non-negotiable

TORONTO, Ontario, January 31, 2012 (lifesitenews.com) – After Ontario’s Catholic trustees took a strong stand against homosexual activism in a new anti-bullying plan last week, Ontario’s government has slammed the plan for failing to allow for single-issue clubs for homosexual students.

"We’ve been absolutely crystal clear that we expect students to participate in groups and have the issues important to them talked about," Education Minister Laurel Broten told the Catholic Register’s Deborah Gyapong on Monday.

In a Jan. 25th document titled Respecting Differences, the Ontario Catholic School Trustees Association (OCSTA) established a framework for student-led clubs to combat bullying related to racism, gender, disability, and sexual orientation.

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Ontario’s Catholic leaders take strong stand against homosexual activism in schools

TORONTO, Ontario, January 27 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Ontario’s Catholic leaders are taking a strong stand against homosexual activism in the province’s Catholic schools.

In a long-awaited framework for anti-bullying clubs in the schools, they insist that the clubs remain faithful to Catholic teaching, be overseen by a staff advisor who knows and believes the Church’s teaching, and that the clubs cannot engage in activism against Catholic teaching.

The Catholic schools’ stand could set up a confrontation with Dalton McGuinty’s Liberal government.

Parents and pro-family activists have been concerned for months that the clubs would simply be gay-straight alliances under a Catholic name. But the framework document, sent to school boards by the Ontario Catholic School Trustees Association (OCSTA) this week, insists GSAs are "not acceptable in Catholic schools."

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Hate speech case reaches Supreme Court

Courtesy of: CBC.ca: cbc.ca

A man accused of hate speech for distributing flyers in Saskatchewan condemning homosexuality will appear before the Supreme Court of Canada on Wednesday. Bill Whatcott was charged with promoting hate after he distributed flyers in Regina and Saskatoon in 2001 and 2002 calling homosexuals sodomites and child molesters.



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