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This section of the book titled Religion and Diversity in Canada contains a list of contributors. List of contributors includes Lori G. Beaman, Douglas E. Cowan, Solange Lefebvre and John H. Simpson. Canada prides itself on being a multicultural nation, a status which has to some extent been solidified under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. More broadly, diversity too is enshrined in the Charter, with the protection of citizens from discrimination on any number of grounds, including race, sexual orientation, and religion. The book seeks to explore the intersections of diversity while foregrounding religion as the primary focus of analysis.

Keywords: Canadian society; Douglas E. Cowan; Lori G. Beaman



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