Reaction to the CAQ proposed secularism law

Daybreak Montreal

The Québec government has proposed a new law that would prohibit public workers in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols such as a hijab, kippa or turban. The aim of the bill is to affirm religious neutrality in Quebec. But Bill 21 has garnered a lot of reaction. We speak with Hélène David, Liberal MNA and Official Opposition Critic for Secularism, and Liberal MP Marc Miller.

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