The House | Oct 1, 2011 | 9:00

Office of Religious Freedom

It's supposed to become a central plank of Canadian foreign policy. Yet the federal government's plan to set up an office of religious freedom has been clothed in secrecy. Next week the Canadian government will be holding closed-door consultations with religious groups and academics about the office. Ahead of that, national reporter Louise Elliott investigates.

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