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Niqabs & Nafta
Quebec’s racist bill, unveiled. Plus NAFTA explained by one of its founders, former Mulroney Chief of Staff Hugh Segal. Also, Quebec passes a bill restricting religious symbols, but mostly just the kind worn by brown people. And Vancouver? Commons is headed to your burg! Support us at patreon.com/CANADALAND and see this year’s goals and rewards.
October 24, 2017

Quebec’s racist bill, unveiled. Plus NAFTA explained by one of its founders, former Mulroney Chief of Staff Hugh Segal.

Also, Quebec passes a bill restricting religious symbols, but mostly just the kind worn by brown people.

And Vancouver? Commons is headed to your burg!

Support us at patreon.com/CANADALAND and see this year’s goals and rewards.

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