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The leader of Coalition Avenir Québec says all mosques should be investigated prior to being allowed to open in the province.
François Legault, head of the third-most popular party in Quebec's legislature, said Tuesday a public body should be created to investigate people who potentially disagree with so-called Quebec values.
The party proposes government investment in education and partial decentralization of the healthcare system. They promise "to further develop the entrepreneurial culture in Québec" and provide government resources for the private sector. The party also supports austerity "to provide the government with the flexibility it needs to adapt to the ongoing changes in the economy"; one measure specifically mentioned is leaving 6,000 open Hydro-Québec employment positions unfilled. Although the party does not support independence, it advocates Quebec nationalism. This includes limiting immigration and promoting the use of French without creating new barriers. The party supports multiculturalism insofar as to "integrate newcomers".
originally posted by: snypwsd
a reply to: tothetenthpower
I'm not down with it. I'm from BC. Its still discrimination. They must do that to all churches, temples ect in order for it not to be discrimination.
I'm sorry dude but Quebec is f'ed in the head.