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Jezebel Oct 20
Replying to @Dandyxoxoo
Ok rant not over. For instance when Quebec passed prohibiting women wearing the “niqab” from using public services in order to protect them. Um excuse me? DID YOU ASK THEM?! If anything that bill is making their lives HARDER not EASIER. Stop assuming you know better pft
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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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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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Leslie Roberts Oct 29
The ramifications go beyond the few dozen who cover their faces. An attack on freedom to choose -that’s the real issue over
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Human Rights Canada Oct 31
CHRC speaking out on Quebec's in Huffington Post Canada:
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Don Macpherson Feb 28
Mother of Quebec’s anti-sunglasses-on-bus-passengers law.
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IRPP/Policy Options Nov 21
. spoke to four Canadian women who wear the niqab about their thoughts on .
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Martin Patriquin Nov 8
I wrote this about , the stupid and ridiculous Anti-Muslim ban on the veil, for
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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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Michel Boyer Nov 7
JUST IN: Constitutionality of Quebec's , the face-covering law, to be challenged in court.
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Kyle Matthews Nov 8
Open letter written by mostly Muslim women in support of Quebec's law against face coverings
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CTV Power Play Nov 7
ICYMI: The lawyer representing the & discusses their challenge against
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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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Matthew A. Sears Jun 22
Important thread re Quebec face-covering ban.
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Jennifer Selby Jun 11
When problems with 🇨🇦 'reasonable accommodation' model are institutionalized: Each QC government office, etc. will soon have "officers" trained to determine the sincerity of religious requests.
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Sadiya Ansari Nov 26
Replying to @SadiyaAnsari
Storm Alliance/La Meute marched to protest the government's plan to examine consultations on systemic discrimination — note, this is AFTER was passed and after the gov't cancelled those consultations and replaced it w a one-day forum on employment discrimination
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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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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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Manaalistan Dec 12
Wrote about gendered Islamophobia via a Op-ed & Bill 62 for
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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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