Proposed ban on religious garb introduced in Quebec parliament [CWN]


#1

Bernard Drainville, Quebec’s Minister Responsible for Democratic Institutions and Active Citizenship, has formally introduced controversial legislation that would prevent "personnel …

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#2

Well this legislation is certainly reasonable in scope. Why not use a sledgehammer to squash a fly? Clearly people of faith need not apply in Quebec. Way to go Canada!


#3

Dear Quebec,

You are not France. You will never be France. Stop trying to be France.

Sincerely,

North America


#4

How does one say hogwash in French?


#5

This is not Canada. This is Quebec. Anglo-Canadians will know what I’m saying.


#6

This is not Canada. That is just Quebec. Thanks be to God, we don’t have such foolishness in Alberta; not yet anyway. Calgary’s Muslim mayor even went so far as to extend a welcome to those Quebecois who will be undoubtedly affected by this proposal, telling them they are welcome here.


#7

Laver le cochon?


#8

LOL


#9

:rotfl:

I propose “cochon-lavage” as an alternative. :wink:


#10

Don’t know, but I like the way it sounds in American:thumbsup:


#11

Not Canada, but Quebec. Quebec is a society that, reacting against the Jansenistic tendencies of the lower clergy, overreacted and turned anticlerical instead.


#12

Wayyyy over the top.

Unacceptable. :frowning:


#13

Pardon my French, but…


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