Bill 62, which is now law, has three central functions: it affirms the religious neutrality of the state, prohibits people from covering their faces when giving or receiving public services, and creates a legal framework for accommodating religious minorities. Its… Read More ›
It is well known that multiculturalism is verboten among Quebec’s political and chattering classes, regardless of partisan affiliation. However, to have multicult-phobia actually move a political party to reject a qualified candidate (who also happens to be a black woman) should tell us something about how pernicious the current ideology is.
This Guide is designed to provide information to individuals and organizations lacking the wherewithal to retain legal counsel to prepare an analysis of the Bill and its compliance with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms with respect to the… Read More ›
The morning, the L’Association québécoise des établissements de santé et des services sociaux (Quebec Association of Health and Social Services Establishments- AQESSS) released a poll of its members. Sixty percent responded. One hundred percent of respondents said that they do… Read More ›
“The Second 10 Articles” A Guide to Bill 14 and commentary on the De Courcy Lisée “Open Letter” [To avoid confusion, sections of Bill 14 are referred to as “clauses” and the provisions of law that they would amend are referred… Read More ›