"A Christian philosophy professor and award-winning lecturer at a post-secondary institution has been suspended for remarks he made on social media about homosexuality.
Jean Laberge, a philosophy teacher at the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal since 1994, has been placed on leave pending sanctions by college administration.
Laberge posted a note on Facebook on January 17 where he said that he had 'aversion' and 'distaste' for homosexuals, reported Radio-Canada. He spoke of 'fear' and his lack of comprehension for homosexuality while also saying he “respected” the condition. This note no longer appears on Laberge’s Facebook page.
The teacher was suspended on January 30 for what the cégep’s spokeswoman Guylaine Fortin is now calling 'an extended period.'"
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