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Diversity and Division Diversity and Division

Diversity and Division

Follow along as we feature a series of articles published in Policy Options that have emerged as a response to the Spirited Citizenship: Care, Conflict, and Virtue round table, an initiative convened by Cardus and the Angus Reid Institute to mark Canada's Sesquicentennial. 

Shachi  Kurl
Angus Reid
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"The era when churches and religious leaders held sway over public policy in Canada has come to an end," says  Angus Reid, head of the Angus Reid Institute, and Shachi Kurl, Angus Reid Institute's executive director. 

This week, we are featuring a series of articles published in Policy Options that have emerged as a response to the Spirited Citizenship: Care, Conflict, and Virtue round table, an initiative convened by Cardus and the Angus Reid Institute to mark Canada's Sesquicentennial

Canada may prize its multiculturalism, but when it comes to the religious roots of this diversity, Canadians are divided.” Be sure to read the full article on Policy Options today! 

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