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Jun 10, 2018

This week, The Goldwaters present a special episode in French.

Pour beaucoup de Québécois, le débat sur le port de symboles religieux est un débat abstrait. Pour Sondos Lamrhari, c'est très réel.Lamrhari est une cadette de la police au Collège Ahuntsic de Montréal. Elle porte aussi un hijab. Et si le Parti québécois ou la Coalition Avenir Québec obtient le pouvoir lors des prochaines élections, elle pourrait être contrainte de choisir entre son emploi de rêve pour un corps de police québécois et sa foi. Cependant, Lamrhari est déterminée à être la première officière de police de la province à porter le hijab et croit qu'il favorisera le rapprochement avec les communautés musulmanes.

For a lot of Quebecers, the debate over religious symbols in public life is an abstract one. For Sondos Lamrhari, it’s very real. Lamrhari is a police cadet at Ahuntsic College in Montreal. She also wears a hijab. And if the Parti Quebecois or the Coalition Avenir Quebec win power in the next election, she may be forced to choose between her dream job working for a Quebec police force, and her faith. Lamrhari is determined, however, to be the province’s first police officer to wear the hijab and believes it will favour rapprochement with Muslim communities.

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