Throw Back Thursday This article was originally published January 10, 2018 an garnered quite the attention. We wanted to bring it back up as it seems more timely than ever. Atheists and Islamic extremists have something in common – they…Read More→
The 26th Annual Church & Charity Law Seminar™ is designed to assist churches and charities in understanding developing trends in the law in order to reduce unnecessary exposure to legal liability. Although the topics are directed at churches and charities, many aspects of the presentations will…Read More→
“We trust you’ll agree that it is high time for the church in Canada to rise up, take its place and get fully engaged in the election process,” said one leader of the One Accord movement.
The crucifix that hung in the National Assembly of Quebec since 1936 was removed on Tuesday. Despite all-party support for the crucifix over the speaker’s chair in recent years, it became untenable in the face of the CAQ “secularism” law,…Read More→
Election time must be soon – CBC is wanting to tell us how horrible Christians are. Remember their attack on Stockwell Day in 2000? The academics, the legal profession and the media (ALM) – can’t believe Christians are still in…Read More→
In challenging economic times, many governments are either eliminating or considering the removal of the tax credit for charitable donations. Several countries such as Austria, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Sweden and Switzerland have removed the tax benefit. In Canada, removing the…Read More→