13 Jul 2010 God’s place in Charter challenged
Posted at 15:40h in Blog, Fundamental Freedoms 0 Comments
Charles Lewis, National Post, July 8 2010: When a judge last month ruled that a Catholic high school in Montreal could choose its own religious curriculum, in defiance of an order by the Quebec government, he wrote that the Charter of Rights and Freedoms specifically referred to “the supremacy of God” in its preamble. Now, in the ruling’s aftermath, some are wondering whether that language is out of place in a society that has grown increasingly secular. [Read more]
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