Christian Crossroads Communications has been in the news recently over this:
A Canadian Christian communications group that does taxpayer-funded development work in Uganda has rejected allegations that it is anti-gay and shares the east African nation's widely-condemned views on homosexuality.
And though they deny being anti-gay, they are the same folks that produce Its Your Call. This show got taken to the CANADIAN BROADCAST STANDARDS COUNCIL for, well, here's a bit of the media release:
The CBSC’s Ontario Regional Panel examined the complaints under the Human Rights clauses of the CAB Code of Ethics and Equitable Portrayal Code which prohibit abusive or unduly discriminatory commentary on the basis of sexual orientation, as well as the Religious Programming clause of the CAB Code of Ethics which states that programs shall not convey attacks on identifiable groups. The Panel noted that religious programs are allowed to declare homosexuality a sin, but that It’s Your Call crossed the line by allowing program participants to accuse homosexuals of a malicious “agenda” to “recruit” and “brainwash” children and of having a propensity to commit violent crimes such as rape targeting straight people.
The Panel also concluded that the program contained inaccurate information about various related issues, such as details about Toronto’s school curriculum. Those inaccuracies violated the Full, Fair and Proper Presentation clause of the CAB Code of Ethics.
And the decision is here.So I am not sure I believe CCC's denials.