So why did you attend a Catholic school in the 1st Place?

Students can opt out of religious classes at Muskoka Catholic schools after human rights complaint complaint settled

TORONTO – An Ontario Catholic school board is amending its policies to give students more flexibility to opt out of religious classes or activities.

The move by the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board comes as a result of a human rights complaint lodged by a former student, who argued she was discriminated against when she sought an exemption from religious classes.

h/t LRC