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Part of contentious religious symbols ban struck down by Quebec court

Part of contentious religious symbols ban struck down by Quebec court

A court in Canada largely upheld a controversial Quebec law which bars civil servants in positions of ’authority’ from wearing religious symbols at work. The top court of the province, however, struck down parts of the law that applied to English-speaking public schools. The bill, which was adopted in June 2019, has fueled fierce debate throughout the country.

Chris
Chris
Dawlben
Dawlben 3 weeks

Does anyone know what religious symbols this bans? There are some religious people that have to wear certain items, ie head dress, shirts, and more.

Jonny
Jonny 3 weeks

Civil servants work for ALL members of society, and are paid from EVERYONES taxes. As such, civil servants should be prohibited from showing bias or favor to any subset of society whilst at work.

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