Ottawa's policy on prison chaplains discriminates against non-Christians.
By: Amira Elghawaby | Toronto Star, March 31, 2013
When it comes to promoting religious freedom, the government could do with a little more fairness right here at home.
Less than a month after the Conservative government officially established the Office for Religious Freedom, a multi-faith flock of Canadians is taking the government to court for violating the very freedoms the government pledges the new office will promote abroad.
In a united front that ...
By Amira Elghawaby, Special to the National Post | January 8, 2013
In a January 3 news item, the National Post profiled a Canadian Security Intelligence Services (CSIS) report released under the Access to Information Act. The report concludes that Islamist extremists are radicalizing Canadians at “a large number of venues.” The heavily redacted document offers a few general examples of “non-traditional venues” where this radicalization allegedly is happening — including prisons, and within families.
However, what we do not find is any evidence to justify ...