Catholic schools popular with parents across Canada

With plenty of recent attention on the question of government funding of Roman Catholic schools, it’s critical to consider the popularity of such schools, as measured by enrolments.A recent Fraser Institute analysis of student enrolment found that an increasing share of Alberta and Saskatchewan K-12 students are enrolled in separate schools. And in Ontario almost a third of students continue to be enrolled in an English or French separate school.Consider Alberta first. Over the 15-year period from 2000/01 to 2014/15, the share of Alberta’s students in Roman Catholic separate schools increased from 21.8 per cent to 23.5 per cent while

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