Beryl Wajsman is editor-in-chief of The Suburban Newspaper Group and founder and president of the Institute for Public Affairs of Montreal. He holds two law degrees from McGill University, and has spent over thirty years combining the worlds of politics, community activism and media. He is a regular commentator on Quebec politics and culture.Bio last modified June 26th, 2020.
On today’s Fête Nationale, also known as Fête de la St-Jean-Baptiste, Quebecers Maxime Huot Couture and Beryl Wajsman give Rev. Andrew Bennett, director of the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute, their take on province’s one-year-old law controlling how and by whom religious garb can be worn in public.