Category Archives: Equal Rights

Potential Premier’s Response to Civil Liberties Issues in Alberta

Potential Premiers of Alberta were given the opportunity to state their position about civil liberties in Alberta by responding to eight questions from the Rocky Mountain Civil Liberties Association (RMCLA). All candidates for leadership of the Progressive Association of Alberta … Continue reading

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Religious Only Schools in Morinville may Violate Constitutional Guarantees

Many parents and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association are concerned about the situation in Morinville and Legal, Alberta, where the local option of public secular school for the town’s children remains out of reach.  The CCLA notes there is only … Continue reading

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Saskatchewan Marriage Commissioner’s Case may have implications for Alberta

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal released its decision on the Government of Saskatchewan’s proposed legislative amendments that would allow marriage commissioners to refuse for reasons of religious conscience to perform same sex marriages. The case is said to have implications … Continue reading

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