Aside from its obvious appeal to secularists and human rights activists, the Mouvement laïque québécois v Saguenay (City) ruling also set some important precedents in Canadian administrative law.
I get a lot of my information fix from podcasts, and I’m particularly fond of skeptical and science podcasts. Finding good ones is no easy task, but there are plenty of gems out there waiting to be discovered if you’re looking.
Daniel D’Aloisio has had his vanity plate for 15 years. It reads “VI6SIX”. But now, thanks to a complaint that it is religiously offensive, he may lose it. We’ve heard this story dozens of times before, but this time there’s an interesting twist. Daniel D’Aloisio lives in Toronto, and he’s … Continue reading