From the Family Research Council’s clip description:
As Ontario’s Christian Horizons ministry knows all too well, standing up for your religious beliefs has its price. In 2008, the organization was fined $23,000 by Canada’s Human Rights Tribunal for asking employees to sign onto a “morality statement” which included a promise not to engage in homosexual relationships. Connie Heintz, a Horizons employee, agreed to the statement, only to reveal later that she was a lesbian. Heintz filed a complaint with the Tribunal claiming that she was “subjected to a poisoned work environment and threatened with the loss of her job.”
In response, officials ordered the organization to pay Heintz two years’ wages, cease all applicant screenings, develop an “anti-discrimination” policy, and send all employees to a “human rights training program.” It sounds unfair, yet this is the same rationale that’s fueling the U.S. Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) debate. ENDA would mandate employer tolerance of all forms of sexual orientation in hiring, firing, promotion, and many Christian-oriented businesses (such as bookstores and radio stations) may not be protected by the bill’s limited religious exemption.
Curious that there’s snow on the ground in DC.