Apostate ‘Church’ Files Human Rights Complaint Against Sign Company for Refusing to Post Its ‘Gay Positive’ Messages

TORONTO (CBC News) — A Scarborough church has terminated its more than three-year-old contract with a Toronto sign company over the sign company’s refusal to post “gay-positive” and other messages on the church’s behalf.

St. Paul’s United Church is the latest to be embroiled in a dispute with Archer Mobile Signs Limited.

Windermere United Church in west-end Toronto has launched a human rights complaint against the company over its refusal to post messages, which Archer Mobile Signs owner Steven Thompson said are contrary to his religious beliefs.

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