A candidate in Quebec’s provincial election accused of spreading views seen as anti-Semitic, but a leading Jewish group rejected the apology.
A proposed law that would ban all religious attire from the public sector has Jews in Quebec on edge. But one rabbi has found a clever way to fight the dreaded kippah ban.
The separatist Bloc Quebecois kicked one of its five members of Parliament out of its caucus on Thursday after she took a strong stand against a proposal by Quebec’s separatist government to ban public workers from wearing most religious symbols.
The Canadian province of Quebec won’t let public servants wear Moslem headscarves, Jewish skullcaps or other obvious religious symbols under a new charter unveiled on Tuesday that is designed to cement a secular society.