From the web: “What’s in Quebec’s secularism bill: Religious symbols, the notwithstanding clause, a reworking of the charter”

The Coalition Avenir Québec government has tabled its long-awaited secularism bill, laying down proposed ground rules it says will ensure the religious neutrality of the state. Bill 21, entitled “An Act respecting the laicity of the State,” is 16 pages long. Here are some key points and passages.

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