Radio Noon Montreal | May 22, 2013 | 20:59

Drainville revives religious accommodation debate

The crucifix at the National Assembly can stay but public servants will not be allowed to wear kippas, turbans and other overt religious symbols, says PQ minister Bernard Drainville. Our listeners react to PQ's Charter of Quebec Values proposal.

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