MONTREAL GAZETTE | Charles Taylor calls CAQ's religious symbols bill 'clear discrimination'


Published: 3Apr2019

The Quebec government’s new secularism bill is “clear discrimination,” an “unreasonable restriction,” and an unneeded answer to a problem that doesn’t exist.

That’s what Charles Taylor, one of the co-authors of Quebec’s 2008 report on reasonable accommodation, said Tuesday during a panel discussion organized by the McGill Muslim Law Students’ Association.

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