Don't like the Quebec Charter of Values? Then this is for you.
The following infographic, which was posted to Reddit on Tuesday, was created by Jess Salomon, a former UN war crimes lawyer and now a comic based out of Montreal.
She made it with illustrator Jesse Brown for Notre Montreal, an initiative of Quebec-based civil rights organization CRITIQ.
It's a clever send-up of the controversial charter, which proposes a ban on religious clothing such as turbans, kippas and hijabs at schools, hospitals and courthouses.
The infographic is actually a visual version of "Bill 60.2 Charter of Montreal Values," a spoof of the Charter of Values that Salomon wrote for the Gazette last November.
One of the funnier sections of Salomon's Charter concerns Toronto Maple Leafs fans:
1. Everyone is entitled to be who he or she is, in the public and private sector, unless they are Leafs Fans.
2. If they are Leafs Fans:
(a) They must keep their ostentatious jerseys in the closet, and
(b) Reconsider their worth as human beings."
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