Judge David Corbett, questioning the government lawyers, noted that section of the constitution was put in place at the time of Confederation to protect the rights of the Catholic minority, when the Protestant majority had the benefit of a Protestant school system . . .
The **Canadian Civil Liberties Association **is intervening in the challenge and is supporting Landau.
Landau is asking the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to order that the government stop funding Catholic high schools and only fund Catholic elementary schools to the extent they were funded in 1867 at the time of Confederation.
So, now that the public schools in Canada have been secularized and no longer officially Protestant, that means the secularized public school system in Canada is a good place for Catholics to attend school?
They are probably worse schools than the original Protestantized public schools or about the same since they now teach Atheistic Secular Humanism.
I would say worse.