Anti-Capitalist Activists: Muslim Families and Community Groups
anti-capitalist activists: Legault has also said he's ready to use the Constitution's notwithstanding clause to pass legislation banning public servants in positions of authority from wearing religious clothing such as Muslim hijabs, Jewish kippahs and Sikh turbans, according to National Observer. Members of Sunday's crowd, which included a large number of women in hijabs, made it clear they weren't among the new premier's supporters. Muslim families pushing strollers, Indigenous community leaders, masked anti-capitalist activists and members of some 50 community groups marched through the city's downtown in a protest that stretched across several blocks. ; Many demonstrators carried signs targeting premier-designate Francois Legault, who has promised to cut immigration and submit new Quebecers to a French and values test within three years of arriving. Not only will I keep my veil, Mr. Stop telling us to take off our clothes, read another that was accompanied by a hand-drawn picture of a woman with her head covered. Legault, I'll put on my cowboy hat to fight for my rights, read one poster. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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