April 9, 2005
Religious coaltion affirms gay marriage
The Religious Coalition for Equal Marriage Rights issued "An Affirmation of Diversity" yesterday, attesting to the varied religious opinion on the question of equal marriage rights for same-sex couples. Support is growing in religious communities for gay marriage, religious freedom, and human rights. The world's religions are increasingly welcoming.
February 18, 2005
Harper sends gays to the back of the bus
The World Sikh Organization called Stephen Harper's anti-gay marriage stance offensive to the Canadian spirit and urged him - and others who oppose equal marriage - to act in a manner consistent with Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms.The WSO urges Canadians to stand against injustice and to insist on protecting Charter rights for everyone.
February 9, 2005
Jesusland takes aim at Canada
Anyone who thinks that the debate on gay marriage is a local one has not been paying attention. U.S. "Christian" groups are pouring money into Canada in hope of stopping the ongoing advance of freedom and equality here. They know that our work is having an impact beyond our borders. Human rights are universal, unlike Jesusland. Fundamentalism won't fly here.
January 18, 2005
Purging toxic religion in Canada
As gay marriage continues its progress across Canada, opposition from religious extremists demonstrates the importance of purging the influence of faith-based bigotry from our secular laws. Same-sex marriage is not only leading to acceptance of homosexuality, it will also contribute to the liberation of society from the toxic influence of hateful religions.