Quebec ‘Takes Separation of Church and State’ to its Logical Conclusion

Quebec is a unique place. We know this largely because the Bloc Québécois and their informal provincial equivalent, the Parti Québécois, and other self-styled “sovereigntists” won’t shut up it.

The uniqueness of Quebec lies in its French character, but it also in its heavy secularization. Arguably this heavy secularism is also a heavily French characteristic. It is not just a strong separation of church and state, but often a heavy handed, government enforced secularism. For example, it is illegal in Quebec…