Quebec’s New State Religion

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In June 2005, the National Assembly of Quebec adopted Bill 95, which changed the nature of religious and moral teaching in all schools across Quebec.  Before 2008, parents could choose between Catholic, Protestant, and nonreligious options.  Now all students in both public and private schools are required by law . . .

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