Mulcair: Singh has ‘totally abandoned’ NDP legacy with Quebec’s Bill 21


Former NDP leader Tom Mulcair said his successor Jagmeet Singh has "completely abandoned" Mulcair's legacy of defending religious rights in his handling of the debate over Quebec's secularism bill.

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7 Comments on "Mulcair: Singh has ‘totally abandoned’ NDP legacy with Quebec’s Bill 21"

  1. Jasson Poirier | October 4, 2019 at 9:55 AM | Reply

    Singh is a disaster . This election should have been the NDP’s to loose but they picked an unelectable candidate. They picked a leader for a country they want to live in not the one they actually do. There was no way a turban wearing person would be accepted threw out Canada, just isnt going to happen . It’s all a sham to keep power in the liberal and conservatives hands. The NDP dont really want to win or they would have picked a leader who at least realalistacly had a chance.

    • Vittoria Colonna | October 4, 2019 at 10:56 AM | Reply

      Turban wearing? Singh problem is that he looks (and sometimes comes across )like a teenager. In many ways he is worse than Trudeau. Just two big kids. Enough already. We need an adult.

    • So u judge a person on the basis of how he looks, I wonder if ur a Canadian afterall eh?

  2. Liberals and Bloc or Liberals and NDP, both a disaster.

  3. This bill should be law across all of Canada.

  4. The only secular country remaining in the world now is India, canada’s long gone

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