Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Quebec, Canada: Secular, Not Accommodating
The Parti Québécois Leader has proposed law banning the wearing of conspicuous religious symbols, such as turbans, skullcaps or other head coverings, by provincial employees.
And yet, the Quebecois demand accommodation across Canada, even in areas where there are no French speakers. True, their ancestors were here before most other language and culture groups (after Native Americans). But, really. Being here first is not what this anti-multiculturalism is about.