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After one legal victory, Trinity Western's freedom of religion battle continues

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I've been covering the case of Trinity Western University for a while now. They're ready to open their new law school, but three law societies won't accept the credentials of any future graduates.

Why? Because Trinity Western is a Christian college with a strict code of conduct.

Civil rights lawyer and intervenor John Carpay talks about how this case is proceeding in various provincial courts.

Critics say the school discriminates against gays and lesbians. Carpay explains why this is a bogus charge.

He talks about the school's recent victory in one province, but there are two more court cases coming up.

These cases cost money to fight. I've pledged $50 to get the donation ball rolling. If you'd like to contribute to Trinity Western's legal fund, go to

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