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Passionate about something niche? Oct 7, 2013. Ashu Solo is taking his complaint over “Merry Christmas” on Saskatoon transit buses to the Court of Queen's Bench. SASKATOON A local man who has vowed to continue fighting to get" Merry Christmas" off city transit signs isn't getting much support not even from people he says he.
The message “Merry Christmas” will stay on buses in Saskatoon. That was the decision by city council on Monday. after Saskatoon resident Ashu Solo complained that the phrase “Merry. Bitching about the buses saying Merry Christmas was stupid enough of Ashu Solo, but then morons like you take essentially everyone in the city that enjoys the most harmless of Christmas cheer, and lumps them in with the right wing Christian looney train. Ashu Solo continues to stack up complaints against City Hall — this time targeting Merry Christmas signs on buses.
Earlier this year, he filed a human rights complaint over a Christian prayer by. SASKATOON, SK, Dec. 13, 2012 - Ashu M. G. Solo made a new complaint to the City of Saskatoon and Saskatoon Transit about them displaying “merry Christmas” on programmable bus signs for Saskatoon Transit buses.
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I'm an" atheist" and say Merry Christmas without hesitation. Ashu Solo wants to stand up. SASKATOON - The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission says there isn't enough evidence to move forward with a complaint against having" Merry Christmas" signs.
Ashu Solo is taking his complaint over “Merry Christmas” on Saskatoon transit buses to the Court of Queen’s Bench. Apr 06, 2017 · Ashu Solo is a loose associate of Jonathan" Dzon" Bishop and has been previously discussed in that thread as such.
He lives in Saskatoon, Canada; he became a living meme for literally trying to steal Christmas via complaints about" Merry Christmas" signs violating his" human rights" as well as being offended by the mayor of his city reciting a.
Ashu Solo, the Saskatoon resident who opposes Christmas messages on city buses and prayers at civic events says he will launch a new human rights complaint over how he's been treated in the wake.
On Monday, local activist Ashu Solo vowed to take the matter to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, claiming the Christmas greetings violate his right to be free from religion.
On Monday, local activist Ashu Solo vowed to take the matter to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, claiming the Christmas greetings violate his right to be free from religion. The city of Saskatoon is facing the possibility of a human rights complaint after it refused to yank the â? ? Merry Christmasâ? ? message from the top of its buses. Ashu Solo is taking his complaint over “Merry Christmas” on Saskatoon transit buses to the Court of Queen’s Bench.
A Saskatoon man already fighting Christmas greetings on city buses says the. Atheist Ashu Solo said the greeting violates the separation of state and religion. Ashu Solo raised the issue last December, saying he found the scrolling “Merry Christmas” messages displayed on Saskatoon’s buses in the weeks leading up to the holiday inappropriate and a.
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