Take Action on December 3rd! Say NO to Bill 94! Participate in the action wherever you are.
Bill 94 is proposed legislation in Quebec, which if approved, would deny essential government services, public employment, educational opportunities, and health care to Muslim women who wear the niqab (face veil).
Take Action to defend women’s access to public services.
Take Action to support women’s rights and freedoms in Canada.
Take Action to stop Bill 94 from becoming law.
Find out how to get involved!
Need resources for the Week of Action? Use any of these!
You can also fill out this form to email your opposition to Bill 94 to the Quebec National Assembly.
No Bill 94 Coalition is made up of concerned individuals, organizations and grassroots movements that are demanding that the proposed Quebec legislation, Bill 94, be withdrawn immediately.
Quebec Premier Jean Charest has proposed legislation which, if approved by the National Assembly of Quebec, would deny essential government services, public employment, educational opportunities, and health care to people who wear facial coverings. Bill 94 specifically targets Muslim women who wear the niqab (face veil). The bill is an exaggerated response to a manufactured crisis that will allow the government to deny women services to which they are entitled. A truly democratic society is one in which all individuals have the freedom of religious expression and a right to access public services.
|NOW Magazine wrote an excellent article about the NO/NON Bill 94 community dialogue.
Couldn’t make it to the community dialogue on Bill 94 in Toronto? Check out the video below!