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Drawing primarily on the readings by Taylor and Bouchard (pgs. 23-28) and Kymlicka and
Norman (on Brightspace)
address the following question(s):
Is a “right to reasonable accommodation” necessary for meaningful citizenship in a diverse
society like Quebec, or Canada more generally? Are the principles of “interculturalism” or
“open secularism” (discussed by Taylor and Bouchard) enough to promote the “inclusion and
participation” that are at the core of what citizenship means today? Might we require something
more “rights-based” (like Kymlicka and Norman discuss)? What steps must governments in
Canada take to strike the “right” balance regarding contemporary struggles for inclusion and
recognition happening in Canada today?

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