Human rights institutions

Developments in human rights commissions, tribunals and cultural institutions

A guide to Bill 62

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 ›

Scorn for multiculturalism in Quebec yields troubling results

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.