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“The Rev. Boissoin is indeed a brave man to have spoken out so publically on this issue.”
“The reference to Boissoin is to a Christian pastor ordered by the Alberta HRC to stop talking about homosexuality, and to apologize -- against his conscience -- to a gay rights activist:”
“Admittedly, we shouldn't mix apples and oranges: Stephen Boissoin, against whom a complaint of homophobia was upheld, was before the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal, not the CHRC.”
“Justice E.C. Wilson overturned a 2008 ruling by the Alberta Human Rights Commission that the letter by Stephen Boissoin that was published in the Red Deer Advocate broke provincial law.”
“The commission had ordered Boissoin to refrain from making disparaging remarks about homosexuals and to pay the complainant, former Red Deer high school teacher Darren Lund, $5,000 in damages.”
“Rev. Stephen Boissoin published a letter that was ruled a “hate crime” by the Alberta Human Rights Commission.”
“In listening to the experiences of Bishop Henry and Pastor Boissoin, I realized how precious religious freedom is to our country and how easily freedom is lost. via Blazing Cat Fur”
“Henry and Boissoin got into trouble for their condemnations of homosexuality and same-sex marriage, with which I presume Soharwardy agrees.”
“Egale Canada didn't want Boissoin brought before the commission and is basically siding with Ezra on principle.”
“FWIW, Egale Canada didn't want Boissoin brought before the commission and is basically siding with Ezra on principle.”
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