OTTAWA, Mar 24 (LSN) – The Canadian Human Rights Commission tabled its 1997 annual report today calling for more privileges for homosexuals. The report claimed that the country’s human rights laws offer little more protection than they did 20 years ago, and said that “gays and lesbians are still targets of discrimination.”  This despite the fact that homosexuals have been granted special status in the Canadian Human Rights Act by having the term “sexual orientation” included as an area of special protection. Moreover, recent Canadian court decisions have permitted homosexual couples to adopt children, to push for the immigration of their foreign “lovers” into the country,  to force companies to pay benefits to so-called “spouses” of homosexuals in their employ, and even to challenge the right of Christian schools to refuse to employ teachers who engage in and promote behaviour totally opposed to their principles.