Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Trudeau relaunches ‘corrupt’ program used to push anti-family agenda through courts

The water's rising
OTTAWA, November 10, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – When Stephen Harper’s Conservatives stopped funding the long-running Court Challenges Program in September 2006, they put an end to what pro-life lawyer Gwen Landolt describes as the most “corrupt, discriminatory and biased programs devised in Canada.”

And it’s a program Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to bring back.

Landolt, vice president of REAL Women of Canada, says she has no doubt that a restored Court Challenges Program will be used, as was its predecessor, by left-wing and anti-life feminist groups as a “a way to get social policies implemented by the courts,” by launching taxpayer-funded Charter-based court challenges.

“Knowing Trudeau and his limited understanding of equality and fairness, I don’t think there’s the slightest chance that those who have established traditional values will be given any recognition by the program,” Landolt told LifeSiteNews, “even though it’s funded by taxpayers.”  (more...)

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