UOG v Curtis Riddolls -
Ontario Human Rights Complaint
Curtis Riddolls is working towards his dream of becoming a veterinarian. He is in the third year of a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biology, a four year program at the University of Guelph. When the University announced a mandatory vaccine policy Curtis applied for an exemption based on his sincere Christian beliefs regarding the COVID vaccines and mandating the COVID vaccines. Initially the University granted an accommodation and then revoked it within a week. Curtis is limited to online courses thereby excluding him from the lab course he needs to complete his degree.
The policies of the University of Guelph are making it impossible for Curtis to be faithful to his convictions and gain the education he requires to apply to the Guelph University Veterinary School. Liberty Coalition Canada Chief Litigator James Kitchen is working with Curtis to change the policy of the University by submitting a complaint to the Ontario Human Rights Commission. By doing so Liberty Coalition Canada is not only assisting Curtis get the education he has worked so hard to attain but also helping to set a precedent for all Canadian students who are standing against coercion and standing up for their rights.
LCC is currently fighting for liberty in the courts on three fronts: Curtis Riddolls in Ontario, Will Teichgraber in Alberta and Dr. Curtis Wall in British Columbia.
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