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This position is different than others he's taken — it's about building the kind of inclusive society he talked about.
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Either you believe people have an inalienable right to peacefully express their deepest religious views, or you don't.
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HuffPost Quebec sat down with three Quebec women who converted and decided to wear the veil at the risk of upsetting the people of "their country."
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"Canada, because of multiculturalism, has lost its bearings."
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Harper is back in Quebec to prepare for the final French language leaders' debate.
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One candidate sent a press release, on NDP letterhead, arguing women must identify themselves during the oath of citizenship.
Quebec's premier called the decision "disturbing," while the Canadian Civil Liberties Association deemed it a violation of the right to freedom of religion.