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Lina ChakerLaw student Lina Chaker is one of four panellists who will discuss religious expression in Canada, Wednesday at the Signature Tributes Event Centre.

Panel to discuss future of religious expression

Bill 21, Quebec’s ban on religious symbols in the public sector, has prompted questions regarding the future of religious expression in Canada.

A panel of four from different backgrounds will share their thoughts on the subject in a free public discussion entitled “Are limits on religious expression becoming a trend in Canada?” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the Signature Tributes Event Centre, 3310 Dougall Ave.

The panel will include:

  • law student Lina Chaker, a board member of the Windsor Islamic Association;
  • Richard Moon, a law professor whose research focuses on freedom of expression, conscience, and religion;
  • Rachel Olivero, equity and inclusion officer at the Greater Essex County District School Board; and
  • Jasdeep Singh, a member of Windsor’s Sikh community.

The event is sponsored by Assumption University’s Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in Religion and Conflict.

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