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Kristy Cameron Oct 25
"We're not going to adhere to a law that makes no sense at all, that I believe is clearly unconstitutional," says
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Sally Dimachki Oct 21
Dear QC: Not all Muslim women are oppressed. Telling women what to wear IS oppressive. Women want space to make their own decisions.
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CBC-The Current Nov 9
"Religion is not a race": Why says Quebec's isn't racist.
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Carole MacNeil Oct 27
From earlier this week, defending Quebec's Bill 62 and why she doesn't think it is discriminatory
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Ted Bird Oct 23
Can I still wear my beekeeper hat on the bus?
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Carissima Mathen Oct 25
As valid as cynical takes on may be, and despite expressions of municipal defiance, effect on the minority is/will be profound.
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Global National Oct 28
Support for this law was stronger among Canadian men than women. Where do you stand on this issue?
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Charles Adler Oct 27
in Quebec is about the Canada's pundits have rarely been so disconnected from the Majority of Cdns on any issue.
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Canadian Civil Liberties Association Jun 22
Follow this thread for more information on our challenge against Quebec’s face-covering law ().
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Canadian Civil Liberties Association Jun 22
Replying to @cancivlib
Quebec’s face-covering law violates the guarantees of freedom of religion & the right to equality enshrined in both the Quebec & Canadian Charters. The infringements of these rights & freedoms cannot be justified in a free and democratic society. has no place in Canada.
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Charlie Fidelman Nov 12
We won't let government adopt a law that discriminates against women.
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Calgary Journal Feb 10
Badria Abubaker reports on Quebec bans all face-covering in public settings. Here's how Bill 62 could be linked to Islamophobia.
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Matthew A. Sears Jun 22
Important thread re Quebec face-covering ban.
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Jai Sahak Nov 27
"If the niqab has ever hurt anyone, I would have taken it off years ago, but it doesn't. It liberates me and gives me a unique personality." Clearing mis-conceptions and combating Islamophobia
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CBC News Oct 24
There are no sanctions listed in Quebec's face-covering law for those who don't comply.
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OFL Nov 22
Stephen Lewis: The trade union should be the angelic common sense fighting against racism, against discriminatory laws like , to be against anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, anti-Black racism and to support movements like
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Michel Boyer Nov 7
Here is Section 10 of - Quebec's face-covering law. Also showing you why its constitutionality is being challenged.
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NCCM May 23
The politicization of Muslim women's bodies breeds Islamophobia. That's why NCCM & are continuing to challenge , which violates their right 2 equality & freedom of religion by targeting their dress. Help us today:
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Amarnath Amarasingam Nov 21
Four Canadians who wear the niqab share their views on Quebec’s , and how the polarized debate touches their lives. By for .
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Toula Drimonis Nov 16
"Which is it? Shall women cover up or disrobe for you? When do women get to have a say in this never-ending game of What Not to Wear?" .
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