Bill 21 Petition


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We at the National Council of Canadian Muslims are standing up against Bill 21 and we need your support. Let’s show the Government of Canada that we will not stand for this discriminatory law.

Bill 21 is the law in Quebec, Canada that bans individuals wearing religious symbols from working in certain public sector positions. This is a law that doesn’t just affect Muslims.

It affects those wearing a kippah, a turban, a crucifix and of course those that wear hijab.

This means our sisters, daughters, and mothers who wear the hijab cannot be teachers, prosecutors, or police officers in the province of Quebec and that is completely unacceptable.

This discriminatory law is nothing less then a law that causes second class citizenship here in Canada. This is not the Canada that we have made our home. It is time that we stand up for each other. We must stand up to protect our rights and freedoms. We must be the voices in the fight to have this discriminatory law repealed and show the government and the rest of the world that this is not something that we are willing to let happen.


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Sign this petition!

This petition is to show the Government of Canada that we will not stand for a law that makes anyone a second-class citizen here in Canada.

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Bill 21 Petition