A B.C. court rules Jehovah’s Witness grandparents may not visit their 4 year old granddaughter unsupervised because they would take her to their house of worship, Kingdom Hall, against the mother’s wishes.
The grandparents argued their Charter right to practice their religion is being violated. Is it? Is the court over-stepping, or is the mother, who the law defines as the final arbiter on her child’s activities, including religious upbringing, correct?