This Election’s Most Influential, Fair Question

Quebec’s Bill 21 and Bill 96 have been strongly condemned for discriminating against religious and ethnic minorities in that province. But all of that has been overshadowed by the English-language debate moderator’s pointed question to Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, writes John Miller.

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Anti-Racism Advocates Call on Party Leaders to Help Kill Bill 21

Anti-racism advocates are calling on key political leaders in Canada to publicly renounce Quebec’s Bill 21 “secularism” law during this election campaign. Last April, the Quebec Superior Court ruled that although the secularism law violated the basic rights of religious minorities in the province, those violations are permissible because of the Constitution’s notwithstanding clause.

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Bill 21: Secularism is Not About Limiting Individual Freedoms

Quebec’s secularist Bill 21, which bans public workers from wearing religious symbols, dredges up memories of a similar ban France initiated in 2004. In 2004, the French government banned the display of “conspicuous” religious symbols…

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