Charges against Canadians who defended religious freedom stayed
KITCHENER, ON: The Justice Centre announces that the case against Trinity Bible Chapel has been resolved, resulting in the staying of charges against eight Canadian religious leaders. The Chapel has been ordered to pay fines totaling $38,800 for hosting religious services in Ontario–violations of gathering restrictions under the Reopening Ontario Act.
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