Clayton Ruby speak to Globe & Mail about equality in the military
In 1989, Michelle Douglas was discharged from Canada’s military for being a homosexual. Clayton Ruby argued the case on her behalf. Twenty-five years ago this week, the Federal Court of Canada ordered the Canadian Forces to cease its discrimination. In an article found here, Clayton Ruby speaks to The Globe & Mail about this case, pointing out that Ms. Douglas’ victory became a turning point in the fight against discrimination in the military.