Originally Posted by dfunkie1
that's not the point i was getting at. the law doesn't matter since the person is practicing their recognized religious rights. that makes it not illegal.
if a muslim doctor opened a muslim hospital, he could practice those rights as often as he wanted since it would be privatized. if a muslim doctor went to a public hospital and those beliefs were part of his terms and conditions, he wouldn't be hired.
then yes, I agree with you. It doesn't mean that's how the court will go though. with very little precedent in this area, it'll be interesting to see if canada values humans right to service more or religion. I'd be happier with the former, but the latter is in the right given the constraints we have as a public.