Canada Posts launches four stamps recognizing residential schools and reconciliation

Canada Post has unveiled four new stamps, shown in a handout image, that encourage awareness and reflection on the tragic legacy of Indian residential schools and the need for healing and reconciliation. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Canada Post) Canada Post has unveiled four new stamps, shown in a handout image, that encourage awareness and reflection on the tragic legacy of Indian residential schools and the need for healing and reconciliation. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Canada Post)

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Quebec adopts law making oath to King optional for elected members

The oath of allegiance to the monarch that has long rankled Quebec sovereigntist politicians is a thing of the past after the provincial legislature passed a law on Friday abolishing the requirement for its elected members. The Coalition Avenir Quebec government tabled a bill this week to make the oath optional after weeks of debate in the aftermath of the October election, as three members of the opposition Parti Quebecois refused to swear allegiance to King Charles and were barred from sitting.

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