January, 2014 SUPPREME COURT OF CANADA GRANTS CLF INTERVENOR STATUS IN LOYOLA
The Supreme Court of Canada has granted leave for the Christian Legal Fellowship to intervene and submit written arguments in the case of Loyola High SchoolandJohn Zucchi v. Attorney General of Québec.
The appellant, Loyola High School (Loyola), is being required to abandon its Catholic viewpoint in the teaching of the Québec government’s Ethics and Religious Culture course (ERC).
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