Quebec recently banned public servants from wearing religious symbols.
Many officials including teachers and cops won’t be able to wear hijabs, kippas or other religious symbols on the job, thanks to Quebec’s new Bill 21.
The proposed ban would prevent teachers, police officers, judges and certain other public servants from wearing religious clothing on the job.
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Many are Haitians displaced by the 2010 earthquake, fearing the Trump administration will deport them.
After her by-election rout in Montreal’s St-Laurent riding Monday evening, the young candidate of Hellenic origin, Emmanuella