Ron Chatha presented the motion at the Peel Police Services Board meeting to send a ‘strong message’ to proponents of Bill 21 in Quebec

Written by Ragini Joshi

Published on : June 21, 2019 5:14




Ron Chatha presented the motion at the Peel Police Board to send a 'strong message' to proponents of Bill 21 in Quebec
Ron Chatha presented the motion at the Peel Police Services Board meeting to send a 'strong message' to proponents of Bill 21 in Quebec

–   (Quebec’s Bill 21) : Regional Municipality of Peel Police Services Board invites all affected individuals to apply for a career with the Peel Regional Police.

Brampton : Ron Chatha presented the motion at the Peel Police Services Board meeting to send a ‘strong message’ that the action will be taken in defending human rights! Patrick Brown, also seconded the motion, which passed unanimously.

Peel Police Board Vice Chair, Ron Chatha presented the motion in the Peel Police Services Board meeting. He took social media to post the information about this. He wrote,” It’s not enough to denounce Quebec’s Bill 21, which infringes both the Canadian & Quebec Charter. That’s why today I put forward a motion, seconded by @patrickbrownont at the Peel Police Board, passed unanimously to send a message that we will take action in defending human rights!”
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— Ron Chatha (@RonChatha) June 21, 2019


Mayor of Brampton, Patrick Brown also posted this letter of motion on social media which stated ‘Given that the Government of Quebec has passed Bill 21 prohibiting the wearing of ‘religious symbols’ by individuals in positions of authority, including police officers; and whereas the Peel Regional Police believes in the values of diversity and inclusion, including the accommodation of religious symbols, the Regional Municipality of Peel Police Services Board invites all affected individuals, either pursuing or training for a career in policing in Quebec, to apply for a career with the Peel Regional Police, and further that Peel Regional Police place select advertising with promoting a career at Peel Regional Police.’

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He wrote ‘ Proud to second this motion along with my colleague @RonChatha to send a strong message to proponents of Bill 21 in #Quebec that the @regionofpeel & @PeelPoliceMedia stand up for the freedom of religion. It passed unanimously.’



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