MUHC says it's prepared for legal action against Bill 60

Overwhelming internal opposition to values charter: CEO

The McGill University Health Center says it would be willing to wage a legal battle against Bill 60.

It says internal consultations show 93 per cent of its personnel are against Quebec's proposed values charter.

In fact, it goes on to say more than a hundred workers are ready to quit if they're forced to remove religous symbols while on the job.

CEO Normand Rinfret says the bill violates the Quebec Charter of Human Rights and Canda's Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

He wants the bill to be withdrawn and that if the bill passes as is the MUHC would taken legal action.

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  1. marKR posted on 12/20/2013 02:14 PM
    And it took all that consultation to come to the obvious, Mr. Rinfret? As a former HR expert, this should have been the response to the PQ's charter of intolerance from the onset!
  2. Joey posted on 12/20/2013 02:59 PM
    The PQ, OLFQ, bloc etc....................should be dismantled once and for all, no if buts or ands.

    Joey
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