Canadian acts quickly on gay divorce, slowly on religious persecution
January 17, 2012
Writing in the National Post, Charles Lewis observes that the Canadian government moved swiftly to provide for legal divorce of homosexuals who had come to Canada to marry. But while responding immediately to accommodate homosexuals looking for legal documentation of divorce, the same government has moved at a snail's pace in setting up an office for religious freedom, to address the more pressing life-and-death problems facing the victims of persecution.
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