Mosque shooting leads philosopher to rethink secularism - Macleans.ca

Throughout the second day after the late-night shooting at the Mosque in Quebec city, people continued to add flowers and notes and other objects as memorials for the victims on snowbanks around the perimiter of the mosque. (Photograph by Roger ...

Allison Hanes: Charles Taylor sees the light on religious garb restrictions - Montreal Gazette

MONTREAL, QUE: OCTOBER 3, 2013 - Charles Taylor right, speaks during a McGill symposium on religious freedom and education, as Daniel Turp left, looks on at McGill University in Montreal Thursday, October 3, 2013. (Peter McCabe / THE GAZETTE) ...

Quebec philosopher reverses position on secularism after mosque shooting - Toronto Star

Charles Taylor formerly wrote that some public employees should not be allowed to wear religious clothing on the job — he has now disavowed that position. Philosopher Charles Taylor has softened his tone on banning religious clothing for some public ...

Acclaimed Quebec philosopher changes mind on secularism after mosque shooting - Times Colonist

MONTREAL — After Quebec's mosque shooting, an internationally acclaimed philosopher who heavily influenced the province's debate on secularism said Tuesday he no longer thinks it's a good idea to ban people from wearing hijabs on the job. Charles ...

Quebec to push forward with bill to make it easier for immigrants with degrees to find work - Globalnews.ca

Dr. Sanjeet Singh Saluja, an emergency room physician at the McGill University Health Centre poses for a photograph in Montreal. the-canadian-press/graham-hughes. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any ...

Religious garb OK for cops, judges, says Bouchard-Taylor report's co-author - CBC.ca

Police officers, judges and other authority figures in Quebec should be allowed to wear religious symbols while carrying out their official functions, says the co-author of the province's landmark study on reasonable accommodation. In an open letter ...

Quebec's Couillard rejects new limits on religious headwear for authorities - The Globe and Mail

Premier Philippe Couillard has forcefully rejected any new limits on religious headwear for police officers and other authority figures in Quebec and warned that the debate over such restrictions risks hurting the province's reputation on the world stage.

Resist divisions, says Charles Taylor in reversal of position on reasonable accommodation - CTV News

In the wake of the attack on the Quebec City mosque, the co-chair of the Bouchard-Taylor Commission on reasonable accommodation has changed his view. In an open letter in La Presse Tuesday, McGill University philosophy professor Charles Taylor wrote ...

'We are beginning to overcome the divisions' in Quebec, Charles Taylor says of reasonable accommodation - National Post

Nine years after signing a report that called for a ban on religious symbols worn by public servants in positions of “coercive” authority -— police and judges — McGill philosophy professor Charles Taylor says times have changed and Quebecers have ...

Toronto Star's View: Quebec takes a disappointing step backwards on accommodation - OurWindsor.ca

In the wake of the Quebec City mosque shooting, the premier and the opposition leader left no doubt that they understand the responsibility that comes with power. That's what makes their recent actions so disappointing. OurWindsor.Ca. Quebec Premier ...