By Don Hutchinson Clayton Ruby’s personal crusade against a Canadian Christian university establishing a law school has resulted in marketing his opinion in four published newspaper pieces (National Post, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Vancouver Province). In addition, Clayton and I debated the issue on CBC’s Q with Jian Ghomeshi, which I wrote about in… Read More

Originally published at The National Post Holy Post on October 10, 2013. The Government of Quebec is wrapping up public hearings on what may decide whether June 12, 2013 becomes a forgotten date, or one that lives on in infamy. It was on that date that Quebec’s health minister introduced pro-euthanasia legislation designed to plunge… Read More

By Don Hutchinson I quite enjoy reading Chris Selley’s writing because he makes me think. That’s what good writing is supposed to do. Thinking, however, doesn’t necessarily result in agreement. Mr. Selley’s September 5 commentary Keeping religions (and atheism) out of public schools is precisely the kind of reasoning one would expect from a self-declared… Read More

This article was originally published at Guest Blogger: Georgialee Lang is a lawyer who recently presented the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada’s arguments before the Supreme Court of Canada in the Attorney General of Canada v. Bedford case in which Canada’s prostitution laws were being challenged.   Prostitution is a practice that arises from the… Read More

By Don Hutchinson Yesterday was a remarkable day in the world of Canadian societal principles and values. While I was absorbed by appearing before the Supreme Court of Canada in the Bedford (prostitution) case, the court issued a media release noting it will hear the appeal in the Loyola High School v. Attorney General of… Read More

What does the Supreme Court decision in the Whatcott case mean for religious communication? This article was originally published in Faith Today, May/June 2013 By Don Hutchinson Several years ago, there was an urban legend circulating that a pastor was convicted and imprisoned by a human rights commission for his comments on “sin” in a… Read More