Ray Pennings, National Post

Throughout autumn, the soup of our multicultural society has almost boiled over with questions about secularism and religion — of what is and isn’t allowed in contemporary public and common Canadian life. Efforts to relegate religious expression and thought to the margins have been ramped up. Those efforts, however, are out of step with broader Canadian society.

So, what evidence is there of the secularist push?

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