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Quebec’s Incoming Premier Defends Banning Religious Symbols But Leaving Crucifix Up
At this point, François Legault is just giving away the game.
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Canada Needs to Lose Its Bizarre, Terrible, Regrettable Notwithstanding Clause
The rarely-used constitutional clause allows governments to opt out of court decisions. Many have long argued it was a disaster waiting to happen.
What Can We Expect From Quebec's New Right-Wing Government?
François Legault's Coalition Avenir Québec has four years of majority government ahead of it.