Prince William and Kate Middleton began their first joint overseas tour June 30th, 2011. They arrived at MacDonald-Cartier International Airport in Ottawa.more >>
Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were met by protesters Saturday in the French-speaking province of Quebec as they visited a children's hospital.
The British royal couple was met by the protestors as they continued their nine-day journey through Canada on their first official overseas trip.
The protesters consisted of members of the separatist group Reseau de Resistance du Quebecois, or Quebecker Resistance Network. more >>
Can Quebec impose, without the possibility of an exemption, a school program of study about religion and ethics on those who view it as infringing on their religious beliefs and their freedom of conscience?
That’s the question a Catholic couple from Quebec wants the Supreme Court of Canada to decide. The court will begin hearing arguments today.
Currently, the province mandates that every student in private, religious and public schools take “Ethics, Religion and Culture” classes that cover world religions, including Christianity, Judaism and Wicca. more >>
Canadian Catholic priest, Father Raymond Gravel, has filed a lawsuit against a pro-life news service for presenting him as “pro-abortion.”
“I am against abortion but LifeSiteNews.com says always I am for abortion,” said Gravel, according to The B.C. Catholic Newspaper.
He is seeking $500,000 in damages for what he calls a “voluntary, intentional and malicious attack” on his reputation, consequently causing him pain and suffering. more >>
Marriage commissioners cannot refuse to perform same-sex marriages, even if doing so would be contrary to their religious beliefs, the highest appeal court in Saskatchewan, Canada, ruled Monday.
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal rejected two amendments to Canada's Marriage Act that would have protected the religious and conscience freedoms of marriage commissioners.
"Either of them, if enacted, would violate the equality rights of gay and lesbian individuals," the court said in its decision as it declared the amendments to be unconstitutional. more >>