Quebec’s burqa-banning bill is on track to become law
The legislation would bar many public servants — and citizens seeking public services — from wearing face-coverings.
Canada's Parliament votes to condemn Islamophobia
Motion 103, or M-103, elicited fervent opposition from the second-place Conservative Party, and a slew of protests from opponents.
Here’s what you need to know about the anti-Islamophobia motion everyone is talking about in Canada
Motion 103 is a non-binding motion with no legal force. It does not call for any ban or restriction on speech of any kind.