Québec’s very problematic Charter proposal

I grew up in Québec.  We saw nuns in full habit everywhere: in schools, driving cars, the shopping centre.  That Québec … steeped in religion, where penitents mounted the stairs to Montréal’s Oratoire St. Joseph on their knees, has rapidly faded. Under the proposed new charter, a nun in habit, entering a Québec public school to teach, would be violating the Charter. The Charter is very concerned with how people’s choice of attire may offend others. That’s why, when the current revisionist and, I must point out, minority government tries to claim that a neutral and religion-free society is a … Continue reading Québec’s very problematic Charter proposal