December 3rd 2010 – Day of Action
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!
Join the Non/No 94 Movement for a Day of Action.
Speak up! Write, email, phone, fax Quebec Premier Jean Charest, along with Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities Yolande James, Minister of Justice Kathleen Weil, and Minister of Culture, Communications & the Status of Women Christine St-Pierre to voice your concern regarding the discriminatory Bill 94. CC us at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your Member of Parliament, Member of the Legislative Assembly, and Member of Provincial Parliament. You can also send a message to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Michael Ignatieff, M.P., Liberal Leader. Find their contact information here.
Host email hubs where friends, co-worker, communities and individuals can send messages opposing Bill 94 via our Emailer. Find No/Non Bill 94 Emailer here. The emailer will send a message directly to Quebec Premier Jean Charest, along with Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities Yolande James, Minister of Justice Kathleen Weil, and Minister of Culture, Communications and the Status of Women Christine St-Pierre to voice your concern regarding the discriminatory Bill 94. Find talking points and contacts here.
Circulate this call to action widely to your networks, friends, allies, co-workers. Have conversations with them about your concerns about Bill 94 and refer them to articles on the proposed legislation. Find resources here.
Organize a rally in your community or attend ours in Toronto on December 3rd to oppose and spread awareness about Bill 94.