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Muslim Canadians: Motion M and Report

muslim canadians: And despite being mandated to finish within six months, the M-103 report took almost a year to complete, according to Rabble. For the religious communities involved, it's fair to question whether the government really cares to concretely address the problem of Islamophobia and religious discrimination in Canada. The M-103 report itself was the result of hearings with 77 witnesses. Lest we forget, Parliament's recent report on religious discrimination was launched as a result of motion M-103, debated one year ago in Parliament. Motion M-103 and its resulting report were not some sort of academic exercise to assess a hypothetical problem. M-103 itself was motivated largely by an attack on a Quebec City mosque on Jan. 29, 2017 which left six Muslim Canadians dead. ( As reported in the news.