On June 3, 2019, the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (Cameroon) and the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights (Canada) launched a groundbreaking report on Cameroon’s crisis in the Anglophone regions, now widely recognized as one of the most… 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.
“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 ›
“The First 10 Articles” Bill 14 is an omnibus bill, meaning that it is a single piece of legislation that would amend several other laws. Because of its structure, it requires a side-by-side reading of the laws that it purports… Read More ›
In December 2012, the Quebec government introduced Bill 14, “An act amend the Charter of the French language, the Charter of human rights and freedoms and other legislative provisions.” The Bill would diminish rights and freedoms based on Quebec’s own rights Charter for… Read More ›