The Peel District School Board issued a fact sheet Wednesday to quell "misinformation and errors" it says are circulating in the community and on social media regarding religious accommodation.

It's the school board's response to a campaign to end the accommodation of Muslim prayer in schools, launched by self-described "concerned parents" and Canada First, a group whose mission is to protest M-103, the federal Liberals' "anti-Islamophobia" motion.

"The issue around religious accommodation and the legal requirement to provide prayer rooms has become confused, shall we say, by many people who are intentional in spreading misinformation," board chair Janet McDougald told the Star.

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