Canadian court: Saskatchewan forbidden to fund non-Catholic students at Catholic schools
April 21, 2017
A court in Saskatchewan has ruled that the govenrment cannot pay tuition for non-Catholic students attending Catholic schools.
Judge Donald Layh’s decision, released on April 20, said that paying costs of “non-minority faith students” violated “the state’s duty of religious neutrality.” The ruling would end the current policy under which the provincial government pays for any students attending Catholic schools.
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