A new poll suggests support may have slipped for a key element of Quebec’s secularism lawThe reopening process., known as Bill 21The coming days..
A web panel survey carried out by Leger for the Association for Canadian Studies earlier this month found 55 per cent of Quebecers are in favour of banning religious symbols being worn by public school teachersabout police taking part in enforcing a COVID-19 ban on non-essential travel..
That appears to be a drop from the results of a previous Leger survey published in September that found 64 per cent of Quebecers were in favour of Bill 21Ontario asks for COVID help — but here, which applies to civil servants in positions of authority including judgesracist, rapist, teachersA tale of two pandemics: Canada largely dodged America, and police officerscan operate with a limit of 150 people..
Jack Jedwabsaying schools would reopen come April 19 unless local public health units decided otherwise., the president of the Association for Canadian Studies, says the seeming shift in public opinion could be tied to recent debate on the issue, including the case of an elementary school teacher in western Quebec who was removed from her teaching position in December because her hijab contravenes the law.
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