Ceremony ends four days of national commemoration
Removal of niqab, burka violates religious freedoms, plaintiffs argue
Law forces removal of niqabs, burkas while riding municipal buses
Suspect faces six counts of first-degree murder but no terrorism charges
Muslim Leaders also request national day of remembrance for victims of Quebec mosque shooting
One week after six of their own were gunned down in a deadly attack, worshippers from a Quebec City mosque led hundreds of residents on a march to promote unity and tolerance on Sunday.
One suspect was in custody over Sunday's shooting at the Islamic Cultural Center in Quebec while another was being questioned as a witness.
According to witnesses cited by Radio-Canada, two men entered the center and opened fire on the people inside.
The Canadian media tycoon turned politician said family obligations forced him to resign as head of Parti Québécois less than a year after being elected
The teacher, Adil Charkaoui, told a news conference in Montreal that anti-Muslim sentiment in Quebec is to blame for alienating Muslim students
Judge Eliana Marengo says hijab not suitable for court proceeding
Pauline Marois announced she would resign as leader of the separatist Parti Quebecois after the party suffered a resounding defeat in Monday's election in the Canadian province of Quebec.
A Leger online poll taken April 2-3 put the Quebec Liberals ahead of the PQ 38 percent to 29 percent, which would translate into a PQ defeat if the results held true on Monday
Both separatists and federalists will be nervously eyeing Scotland's referendum, scheduled for Sept. 18, on whether to leave the United Kingdom
Quebec survey says a draft law to ban state employees from wearing religious symbols is targeting women who wear a headscarf.
Andrew Bennet had arrived in Turkey to discuss the expropriation of properties belonging to Christian and Jewish minorities in the country, even though Turkey is already in the process of returning such properties back to their rightful owners following the announcement of the democratization packet in October.
The Parti Quebecois currently heads a minority government, and has a comfortable lead in the polls. It has signaled it might well call an election on its own in the next two weeks, before it is brought down by a vote on its budget. In either case, an election by mid-April is likely.