I caught up with our good friend, lawyer John Carpay, who is representing Voices of the Nations in their battle with the city of Toronto.
As we've told you before, Voices of the Nations has held celebrations at the city's Yonge & Dundas Square for years, featuring performances of Christian songs.
This year their permit was not renewed, with the city citing "proselytizing" as the reason.
This isn't the first time Christians have been singled out for censorship by city officials, even though members of other faith groups preach on the same site.
Carpay says he and Voices of the Nations will be at a hearing on December 10 to fight back. (Interestingly, even Toronto's mayor John Tory has come out tentatively on Voices of the Nation's side.)
Carpay explains what his plans are if the city doesn't reverse its decision.
Make no mistake: TheRebel.media will be at the December 10 hearing to give you the story.
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