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"I asked myself, 'How is it that these people can ask for such things?' And the only possible answer is that these people do not know who we are," Mr. Drouin said.
Immigrants want to be part of Canada, Mr. Drouin said, and to do that they need to know what is acceptable and what isn't.
It's something the federal Immigration Department has failed to do, he said.
Mr. Drouin said the more accommodations made for minorities, the greater the divide. "One of these days you will have [many divided] groups in Canada and groups in Canada, or groups in any country, doesn't make a country."
"Why are they picking on Islam and Muslims?" he asked, adding that he wonders why the Hérouxville council hasn't weighed in on society's ills in general.