News BriefsReligious objector to union dues loses appeal; Opponents of TILMA say trade deal unconstitutional; Cost of office space in Calgary soars; B.C. loosens rules for security work as Olympics nears; Work stress costs employers: Study;Ont. farm workers take union fight to court of appeal; Wages up and workers returning to Atlantic Canada By 06/16/2008|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 06/12/2008 Religious objector to union dues loses appealOttawa — A devout Catholic and public servant lost her legal bid last month to have her union dues of $800 a year be diverted from the Public Service Alliance of Canada because it supports gay marriage. Susan Comstock said the union’s stance of “zero tolerance” for homophobia and heterosexism goes against her religious belief and sought to have her union dues go to her church instead. The Federal Court of Appeal ruling upholds an earlier ruling at the Canadian Human Rights Commission. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.