The Restriction and Accommodation of Religious Practices
From: Freedom of Conscience and Religion
Review of 11 court decisions interpreting the freedom of religion clause of the Charter, plus a discussion of state regulation of religiously motivated discrimination; the Quebec Charter of Values; the European headscarf debate; and reasonable accommodation and balancing.
Richard Moon is a professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor. He has written extensively about freedom of expression and freedom of religion, publishing more than fifty articles and book chapters in Canada and abroad. He is also the author of The Constitutional Protection of Freedom of Expression (2000), editor of Law and Religious Pluralism in Canada (2008), and a contributing editor of Canadian Constitutional Law (2010).