Religious freedom report fails to address Summer Jobs attestation
An Ottawa report on religious discrimination fails to address ongoing religious discrimination by governments such as the Canada Summer Jobs attestation says the Catholic Civil Rights League.
In fact, the majority on the Heritage Committee who released the Feb. 1 report entitled Taking action against systemic racism and religious discrimination including Islamophobia, ignored “actual examples of religious discrimination in our midst,” said league president Phil Horgan.
The Employment Minister Patty Hajdu extended the Feb. 2 deadline for Canada Summer Jobs applications by a week. However, despite opposition from Catholic, Evangelical, Muslim and Jewish faith leaders, she refused to remove the controversial pro-abortion