Monthly Archives: June 2013

Press Release: QSF Ruling

Montreal, June 12 2013. : Canadian Rights in Quebec (“CRITIQ”) is compelled to comment on the response of our elected provincial politicians concerning the prohibition of wearing a Sikh head covering by the Quebec Soccer Federation (QSF).

CRITIQ believes that the response of the CAQ and the PQ failed to provide anything substantive and that they should refocus on the governance of the province. Financial and human capital continues to flee Quebec and while basic infrastructure continues to deteriorate our politicians are concerned with sowing divisions for their political benefit.

CRITIQ calls on our elected provincial leaders to focus on revitalizing Quebec’s economy and to demonstrate leadership in bringing Quebec residents together rather than seeking to sow divisions for their own political gain.

Guarantee English Petition

Call to Action – Online Petition
Guarantee English as one of the two official languages in Montreal

Peter Kovac, an executive member of CRITIQ, has started an online petition for a bilingual Montreal, in which English is recognized as one of the two official languages.

Click here to support Peter and CRITIQ by signing our online petition. (Works on mobile devices as well.)

​Montreal is the business hub of Quebec. Montreal is and always has been known for its mix of nationalities. We must keep Montreal bilingual to maintain its competitiveness with all other key cities in Canada and North America. By maintaining its bilingual status we are keeping our doors open to accept and retain the best entrepreneurs and their associates in our city.

By keeping Montreal bilingual we are inviting the best minds in the world to make their home in Montreal and Quebec.

June 11th, 2013|Initiatives|0 Comments|