October 24, 2017
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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.
Russell Gragg
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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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