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December 6, 2022

Quebec Premier Francois Legault pleads for calm from public on impending bill targeting religious symbols

Quebec Premier Francois Legault pleaded for calm from the public on Sunday as he addressed his government’s controversial bill that would prohibit public servants in positions of authority — including teachers, police officers, Crown prosecutors and prison guards — from wearing religious symbols. Source

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