However, profound demographic changes of the past few decades have made the province of Ontario a multicultural, multi-racial, and multi-religious society.
The thought that one religious group is privileged to have schools funded from the public purse is becoming unacceptable in a pluralistic, multicultural, secular society.
Prime Minister Trudeau argues that the ban goes against fundamental rights of Canadian people.
Scientologists in Germany face specific political and economic restrictions.
This includes instances when adherents of different religions, denominations or non-religions are treated unequally due to their particular beliefs, either before the law or in institutional settings, such as employment or housing.
Religious discrimination is related to religious persecution, the most extreme forms of which would include instances in which people have been executed for beliefs perceived to be heretic.In Canada, during 1995-1998, Newfoundland had only Christian schools (four of them, Pentecostal, Roman Catholic, Seventh-day Adventist, and inter-denominational (Anglican, Salvation Army and United Church)).The right to organize publicly supported religious schools was only given to certain Christian denominations, thus tax money used to support a selected group of Christian denominations.Recently, professor Nick Drydakis (Anglia Ruskin University) examined religious affiliation and employment bias in Athens, by implementing an experimental field study.Labor market outcomes (occupation access, entry wage, and wait time for call back) were assessed for three religious minorities (Pentecostal, evangelical, and Jehovah's Witnesses).Despite this, polls suggest that most Germans favor banning Scientology altogether. In Greece since the independence from the Muslim Ottomans rule in the 19th century, the Greek Orthodox Church has been given privileged status and only the Greek Orthodox church, Roman Catholic, some Protestant churches, Judaism and Islam are recognized religions.The Muslim minority alleges that Greece persistently and systematically discriminates against Muslims.Anyone can earn credit-by-exam regardless of age or education level.Religious discrimination is treating a person or group differently because of the particular beliefs which they hold about a religion.Although its also true that the people who send their children to those schools have a form that directs their tax dollars to that school system.Canadian faith-based university, Trinity Western University is currently facing a challenge from members of the legal and LGBT community to its freedom to educate students in a private university context while holding certain "religious values", such as the freedom to discriminate against other people, including requiring students to sign a chastity oath, and denying LGBT students the same rights as straight students.