Charter of values

Opinion: Bill 62 is what Islamophobia looks like

Quebec’s controversial bill banning covered faces from giving and receiving public services is not about religious neutrality, it’s about Islamophobia, Sadiya Ansari says.

The charter may be gone, but Quebec’s identity crisis remains

Bill 60 may have been deservedly punted, but the larger issue of identity in Quebec has hardly gone away

Editorial: Time to co-operate with Quebec

Let’s get on with making Canada the best country in the world—together

Why the Quebec values charter hasn’t been a runaway success

Pauline Marois lost nearly as much support as she gained

Why it’s possible to imagine a Marois majority

Paul Wells tries to explain Quebec’s love for the charter of values

Divided, Quebec falls

The charter of values has not only torn the province in two—it’s also split the sovereignist movement

Let’s talk about the so-called ‘Quebec values charter’

Martin Patriquin on the start of 280 hours and 300+ submissions

Quebec’s corruption problem

While the values charter has dominated debates outside Quebec, corruption has riled those within

Good news, bad news

More opposition to Quebec’s secular charter, and troubles for the Olympic torch

Why the PQ won’t back down

Martin Patriquin on an identity bill that throws moderation to the wind

Time to put the ‘Coderre filter’ to the test

Montreal voters stuck with the devil they knew

Angry white men

There is a lot of misdirected rage in America, but the politics of anger works. And we’re starting to see it in Canada.