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A Plan to Keep Places of Worship Open During Emergencies
Time to take a look at Ontario’s Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act to create a distinct category for the treatment of religious services, rites, and ceremonies.
Ontario Needs to Reconsider Pandemic School Closure Policy
Ontario needs a better process for deciding school system closures during pandemics or other crises.
Statement Regarding Ontario-Federal Child Care Announcement
Peter Jon Mitchell statement on child care announcement.
Manitoba Should Do More Than Absorb VLT Fees For Six Months
Manitoba’s government is on the right track in deciding it can do without an estimated $1.3 million by absorbing the video lottery terminal (VLT) fees businesses would’ve paid for six months.
Breaking Down Work Barriers For People With Disabilities
A landmark report from Cardus, Breaking Down Work Barriers for People with Disabilities, challenges decision-makers to move beyond an emphasis on income assistance.
It's Time to De-Polarize Debates About Religious Freedom in Canada
While public health orders have affected all areas of society, including education, business, and our social lives, they have also affected religious expression and gatherings.
Public Schools Need to Improve Teaching About Religion
Canada’s public schools could be doing a better job teaching students about religion and belief. A new Cardus report, Needs Improvement: How Public Schools Teach About Religion, examined elementary and high school curricula in British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, and Nova Scotia.
Quebec's Secularism Law is a Gross Violation of Human Rights
Local think tank Cardus is weighing in on Hamilton City Council’s debate on joining other Canadian municipalities in a legal challenge of Quebec’s Bill 21 – a law that prohibits certain Quebec public servants from wearing visible religious symbols.