Selected Editorials from Barry W. Bussey, Director of Legal Affairs at the Canadian Council of Christian Charities
This government decision is part of what I call the legal revolution against the place of religion in society. It is a rejection of the legal rights, enshrined in the Charter, that religious communities and individuals hold to express their religious commitments in public service.
– BARRY BUSSEY | iPolitics.ca | DEC 22 2018
When government establishes a program for all citizens, it must do so with an open, fair hand, not make it subject to ideological … beliefs while pretending to enforce legal principles when no such principles exist or are contentious.
– BARRY BUSSEY | CANADIAN LAWYER | FEB 20 2018
…Nothing is worth more than religious conscience. Political dictates, if contrary to spiritual beliefs, cannot be followed, no matter the consequences.
– BARRY BUSSEY | NATIONAL POST | MAR 22 2018
Sometimes … we are privileged to witness the uncompromising conviction of individuals who boldly take a public stand to defend what’s right. On March 19, 2018, the Parliamentary vote on the Canada Summer Jobs issue marked one of those rare instances. We saw men and women literally rise to the occasion when everyone else in their circle sat down.
– BARRY BUSSEY | iPOLITICS | APR 06 2018