Marty Moore of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms came on with good news about a story we've covered since Day One:
After holding concerts there every year without incident, the Christian organization called The Voices of the Nations were denied a permit to perform in a public square in downtown Toronto.
Their "crime"? "Proselytizing" -- that is, their songs contained phrases like "Praise Jesus."
(This even though there is a permanent table in the same area, where Muslims give out free Korans...)
At The Rebel, we pushed back against this double standard, which was a clear violation of the Charter.
Our viewers joined us -- and today we heard the result:
The Voices of the Nations have received permission to hold their multicultural Christian festival on August 6 after all.
But if history is any guide, this won't be our last fight for constitutional rights for Canadian Christians who want to use this public space in downtown Toronto.
Marty told me that the bills for this legal battle have been paid, thanks in part to generous Rebel viewers.
However, I encourage you to donate to The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms to help them fight the next battle when it comes.
If history is any guide, this won't be the last time we all have to join together to fight anti-Christian discrimination in Canada.
Thank you Rebels, for winning another one for freedom!
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