The Saskatchewan Catholic School Board is “relieved, reassured and grateful” in the wake the decision March 25 to overturn a 2017 court ruling saying the province could not fund non-Catholic students attending Catholic schools.

“This ruling confirms what we have said and believed all along: parents know what is best of their children and they should be able to choose Catholic, faith-based education if that is what they want – no matter their reasons, faith backgrounds or traditions,” said a statement from the board.

The ruling by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal overturns the decision made by Judge Donald Layh that the province did not have the legal right to provide funding for non-Catholic students at Catholic schools.

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