By The Staff The Canadian Press
The Quebec Superior Court has largely upheld the province’s law that bans certain public sector workers from wearing religious symbols on the job.
Justice Marc-André Blanchard did however rule that certain provisions of the law are unconstitutional as they pertain to English school boards.
The judge also struck down a ban on members of the national assembly wearing face coverings.
In a ruling of nearly 240 pages, Blanchard concluded that Bill 21 “does not violate the Canadian constitutional architecture” or “the rule of law.”
Suggested Reading by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times, for the best understanding of personal religion in the 21st century
My main suggestion to the open minded readers is to read on and in the words of Sir Francis Bacon, “Read not to contradict … but to weigh and consider.”