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Opponents of Bill 21 seek leave to appeal court decision that maintained secularism law

Groups opposed to Quebec's secularism law are seeking to appeal a court decision that found it wasn't necessary to suspend certain provisions of the law. Last Thursday, the Quebec Superior Court ruled that Bill 21 would continue to apply in full until a challenge of the law could be heard on it merits. The provincial law, which came into effect in June, bans some public sector workers, including teachers and police officers, from wearing religious symbols on the job.

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