You twist what Hobby Lobby is doing as well... Hobby lobby is REFUSING to obey a law on religious grounds for a secular business.
NEITHER is being threatened with LOSING their ability to do business.
You keeping using the word 'revenge'- that simply isn't true. A school creating lawyers should obey the law. If the courts decide Trinity can use religious objections to ban homosexuals then so be it (I REALLY have ZERO moral outrage over this, you are the one using emotional words)
Canada isn't the USofA and has gone a few miles further down the road to sexual orientation equality.
You don't use facts but rather a vague, "I would hope...." fact is your attempt to make this sooo specific for a school of law in ONE category denies the very real world fact there are MANY issues a school must address besides homosexuals. As I noted- teacher certification, housing, health and curriculum. And this isn't 'revenge' against one school but a requirement for ALL schools. Try reading a bit on the canadian charter of rights and freedoms.
I have ZERO moral outrage, just figure it isn't for us to pass judgement or deny in Caesar's world. Final judgement, (if there is one) is in HIS hands.
If Trinity Western was cranking out religious leaders/scholars I can see their POV a bit better, but like Hobby Lobby they would like to start running a secular business for a secular profession and that comes under sec15.