Recognition of religion or belief in Canada
According to the SRR, conditions for RoRB in Canada are classified apathetic.
Recognition and registration are amalgamated rather than ideally differentiated; recognition is only possible through a process of legal registration which is itself devolved to the capacity of extending only tax-exempt status.
The 2019 law prohibiting the wearing of religious symbols for government employees is concerning; its implementation is regarded as caused by a lack of sufficient existential recognition in Canada for persons and communities of different faiths and for the belief systems and denominations themselves.
Horizontal recognition is in effect.
Establish a recognition system that caters for both existential recognition and legal registration simultaneously; to make this system dynamic, it would need to cater to both traditional or established belief systems and their derivatives as well as minorities and NRMs.
This system should be complemented by the establishment of an independent recognition agency to ensure the system functions sufficiently and that does not come restrictive.
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