Canada

The National Council of Women of Canada (NCWC) responds to the issue of polygamy
"We declare that the rights of the child should take precedence over any national, racial, economic, political, ideological, and religious consideration or interest..."
Commissaire du district 11 de LaSalle à la Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys.
Farzana Hassan and Tarek Fateh discuss how the hijab is used in Canada and around the world as a tool to further political agendas.
Le Canada fête le 25e anniversaire de sa charte des droits, un texte phare qui a ouvert la voie à l'avortement et au mariage gay, mais aussi à la reconnaissance d'une pléthore de droits religieux en raison de l'immigration récente en pleine ascension.
On the eve of a provincial election, Québec's electoral officer reversed his decision to allow Muslim women to vote without having to lift their face veils to identify themselves.
For Zarqa Nawaz, a hijab-wearing Muslim woman living in the Canadian prairies, life in the west has always provided certain conundrums. For example, is a woman obliged to cover herself in the presence of a gay man?
The Canadian Council of Muslim Women have published some "Frequently Asked Questions" around the issue of the Arbitration and Family Law Acts in Canada.
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