CHEC NEWS

Paul Magnus Receives CHEC's Leadership Award
Winnipeg, MB - May 27, 2015 - The  CHEC Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Magnus is the second recipient of the Christian Leadership Award in Higher Education. The award was established to honour and celebrate people who have provided outstanding examples of leadership. More...

Campus Leaders Gather Around the Theme of “Student Formation: Shaping a New Generation”
Winnipeg, MB: Over 75 campus leaders took part in the Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) National Forum, a joint conference with the Canadian Association of Christians in Student Development (CACSD) hosted by Canadian Mennonite University, May 25-27, 2015. Representatives from 17 CHEC-related institutions participated; a conference attended by representatives of 7 CHEC member seminaries preceded the Forum.  More...

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia finds in Favour of TWU and Religious Freedom
In issuing its ruling in TWU v. NSBS, Honourable Justice Jamie S. Campbell found that the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society did not have the authority to do what it did, namely, to refuse to recognize law degrees from Trinity Western University’s proposed law school, more...


MEMBER NEWS

Booth University College Announces Appointment of Next President
Dr. Kerr will succeed Dr. Donald Burke who has served as President since 2006 and who has been with the institution since it opened in 1982. Read more here...

B.C. Supreme Court Rules in Favour of Trinity Western University School of Law
Provincial court requires B.C. Law Society to restore decision to recognize future TWU law grads

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Trinity Western University is celebrating the British Columbia Supreme Court’s recognition of true Canadian diversity today. The court has restored the B.C. Law Society’s April 2014 decision recognizing graduates of Trinity Western University’s proposed School of Law. Read more here...

Ontario Court Rules TWU Religious Freedom Not Breached
Divisional Court dismisses TWU application for judicial review
Today, the Ontario Superior Court ruled against Trinity Western University in its dispute with the Law Society of Upper Canada. Read more here...


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