Quebec panel to review religious freedom policies in schools

Ever since the Supreme Court of Canada ruled last March that a Sikh student could carry a ceremonial dagger in class, Quebec's public schools have been struggling to find "reasonable accommodations" for religious groups. Education Minister Jean-Marc Fournier this week asked a special committee to review policy and make recommendations on how to better integrate religious groups into the school system.

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