The Canadian Press

2016-10-18 | Private School Discrimination

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The Calgary private school found to have discriminated against two Muslim students by not allowing them to pray will appeal the ruling. In August, an Alberta judge upheld a 2015 decision by the Alberta Human Rights Commission that said Webber Academy in Calgary unlawfully discriminated against the students and fined the school 26-thousand dollars. But founder, Neil Webber, says his school was set up to separate religion from education and has a right to be secular. (Webber says the school started in 1997 and there have been no other complaints about it being non-denominational.)

Date: 2016-10-18
Placeline: CALGARY.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

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