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The City of Hamilton has apologized that a security guard insisted a person who looked like a male use, first, the men's, and then the family washroom at the MacNab Bus Terminal last year, despite his insistence he self-identified as female.
But the man in question, identified as "A.B." in the subsequent flurry of communications amongst the city, its bus system named the Hamilton Street Railway, and the Ontario Human Rights Commission, wasn't happy to be denied the women's washroom, and was reportedly "left in tears."
Although the city immediately apologized, as did the guard, and committed to the principle that people can use the washroom appropriate to their "self-identity," A.B. complained to the OHRC, which took the last 12 months to work out just how the city would prevent a reoccurrence.
A terminally ill Ontario grandfather is grateful that a court has given him the green light to have doctors help him die.
But he says it's unfortunate he's had to spend the last months of his life fighting to die on his own terms.
On Thursday, an Ontario Superior Court justice agreed to allow the unidentified 81-year-old have doctors help him die. That will likely take place this weekend, his lawyers said.
As the migrant-train standoff entered its second day in Hungary, with thousands of mostly Syrian refugees seeking passage to Germany, it's time the West recognized this shift in Muslim populations for what it is, say American activists who have been warning of a "fifth column" for years.
Author Robert Spencer wrote Sept. 4 in Front Page Magazine, "This is no longer just a 'refugee crisis.' This is a hijrah."
Hijrah is the Islamic doctrine of migration, which is a form of stealth jihad.
Christian group banned for singing about Jesus delivers 40,000+ petition to Toronto mayor: vows to keep fighting
The Christian organization that the City of Toronto banned from holding a musical festival in a downtown public square joined LifeSiteNews on Monday in delivering a 30,000-name petition to Mayor John Tory's office.
In addition they delivered a petition of around 10,000 signatures by TheRebel.media. Both called on the city to reverse its decision.
If by Tuesday the city has not revoked its ruling, the group, Voices of the Nations (VON), will make good its promise to sue the city and the board for violating its Charter rights of freedom of religion and expression.
The Jesus in the City Parade is a lively musical street pageant illustrating scenes/themes from the Bible through music, the arts and worship.
Sponsored by Festival of Praise International, this annual event attracts thousands as large floats, stage bands, marching bands, choirs, church leaders and congregants walk the streets of downtown Toronto carrying banners and flags raised high in celebration singing and dancing spreading the message of hope, love, peace and joy of salvation.
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