SASKATCHEWAN'S LANDMARK CATHOLIC EDUCATION RULING HAS ALBERTA OFFICIALS WATCHING CLOSELY

Around 175,000 children, or 30 per cent of all students, attend Catholic schools in the province. It's not clear how many of them aren't Catholic, because it's illegal for school boards to ask for proof.

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