Students affected by Quebec's new secularism law speak out

Daybreak Montreal

Now that CAQ government's secularism bill — Bill 21 — has been adopted, some students who wear religious symbols are wondering if they should stay in Quebec for their careers. We speak with Seeba Chaachouch, a third-year McGill law student who wears the hijab; and Amrit Kaur, who just got her degree in education and wears several Sikh religious symbols, including a turban.

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