Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Damian Goddard's Case Dismissed
Nearly two years after sportscaster Damian Goddard was fired by Rogers Communications, the Canadian Human Rights Commission has dismissed his complaint in which he alleged that he was fired because he had publicly voiced support for the traditional definition of marriage.
On May 10, 2011, the former Connected star tweeted that he “completely and wholeheartedly” supports “the traditional and TRUE meaning of marriage.” Rogers immediately distanced themselves from the tweet, and then fired him within 24 hours.
When someone tells you that "the right" stays clear of the Canadian human rights apparatus, you can point to Goddard even if his case was thrown out (Rogers claims his dismissal had nothing to do with his opposition to SSM). And, mind you, Pro-Life Hamilton fared much better with the OHRC; their ads ran in the end.
Posted by bigcitylib at 6:07 AM
Labels: CHRC, Damian Goddard, OHRC
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