Social Conflict: Religious Expression in Canada This paper focuses upon a topic of social interest in Canada – religious expression in a society that is avowedly secular in origin and where all expression is governed by an amorphous term known as “Reasonable limitations” as vaguely defined under the Canadian charter. The topic of religious expression is significant – at least within Canada – insofar as Canada is a nation noted for an aggressive human rights commission regime that appears to take a dim view towards anyone who declines to offer any group or individual service on religious grounds (Hutcheson, 2008). Furthermore, the simple reality is that Canada, as an increasingly secular society that also happens to be increasingly polyglot...The end:
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