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Inclusion: Future Prosperity and Stephen Poloz

inclusion: Stephen Poloz, Governor of the Bank of Canada, believes the recently agreed USMCA is sufficient reason to anticipate continued vigorous growth in the Canadian economy, according to Toronto Star. Sean Kilpatrick / THE CANADIAN PRESS The attack is on Muslims, despite a noncommittal inclusion of crucifixes in the ban, a transparent whitewash of the policy's true intent. Its proposed edict prohibiting Qu bec government employees from wearing the chador, niqab or burqa and other religious symbols in the workplace is unconstitutional, unenforceable and inadvertently calculated to diminish the future prosperity of Quebecers. While directed only at the Qu bec civil service, the policy of course strengthens the hand of any xenophobe Qu bec employer in the private-sector seeking to impose the same edict on its workers. Qu bec has already suffered mightily from this aspect of its culture. Canada is in a fierce competition for the world's best and brightest talent, and Qu bec has just reminded the world that it is hostile to nation-building immigrants who can't trace their heritage to Champlain. ( As reported in the news.