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Are Limits On Religious Expression Becoming A Trend in Canada

February 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Are Limits On Religious Expression Becoming A Trend in Canada

The rise of secularism in Quebec with Bill 21 has prompted questions as to the future of religious expression in Canadian society, particularly with regard to wearing religious symbols and attire. This panel will consist of local community members from four different religious backgrounds. Each panelist will be asked to share their thoughts on the current state of religious expression in Canada and speculate as to whether religious symbols will become less visible as time progresses.

Cost: free

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February 5
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Assumption University
(519) 973-7033


Signature Tributes Event Centre
3310 Dougall Ave.
Windsor, Ontario N9E 1S6 Canada
(519) 258-1858

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