The two bills that were passed on Sunday run contrary to people’s fundamental rights and freedoms. And our Premier knows it.
The CAQ’s discriminatory new law and its cheerleaders are stoking a crisis in our political climate.
The CAQ refuses to see how their proposed legislation fuels Islamophobia. But it does.
The PQ and CAQ reject the use of the term in a government proposal, and their reasoning is pretty telling.
Like Donald Trump, the new PQ leader is playing the hate card to win an election.
Either the polls are way off, or we’ve become the kind of country where a pile of anti-Muslim policies can win an election.
When activist and former student movement leader GND stated the obvious on a local talk show last week, the fallout confirmed one thing: racists have feelings too.
Starring Yves Bolduc and François Legault (and the high school strip search) and Peter Mackay and Stephen Harper (and the anti-Islam, anti-Quebec brigade).
So-called secularism is discriminatory and counter-productive. There’s an easier way to deal with radical Islam.
With her strange scare tactics, Charter defender Janette Bertrand becomes the honest face of prejudice in this province.