Montreal Gazette – Here’s a suggestion for how the Charest government can save $15 million a year: Abolish the Quebec human-rights commission…
But James didn’t care what the commission might have thought. And since she speaks for the government, and usually doesn’t say “good morning” without clearing it with the premier’s office first, neither did the government.
On a related issue, the commission also advised the government that it would not be justified in yielding to pressure to forbid public employees from wearing the head scarf called the hijab.
But really, who cares what the commission thinks? Certainly not the government.
Human Rights Journo Crawls Into Tent For A Sulk