1. Breaking: Quebec Superior Court strikes down parts of Bill 21  Montreal Gazette
  2. Quebec Superior Court upholds religious symbols ban, but English-language schools exempt  CBC.ca
  3. Court mostly upholds controversial Quebec secularism law, exempts English school boards  CTV Montreal
  4. EMSB 'elated' after Quebec court strikes down parts of Bill 21  Montreal Gazette
  5. Quebec court upholds most of province's secularism law, exempts English school boards  The Globe and Mail
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Judge upholds much of the province's secularism law but rules it cannot be applied to English-language school boards and MNAs.

Breaking: Quebec Superior Court strikes down parts of Bill 21 | Montreal Gazette

The Quebec Superior Court has struck down some sections of the province's secularism law, but also ruled its most controversial provisions are constitutional. The Quebec Superior Court has struck down some sections of the province's secularism law, but also ruled its most controversial provisions are constitutional. 

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Quebec's secularism law, Bill 21, has been upheld by the province's Superior Court, except for certain sections, including provisions affecting English school boards.Quebec's secularism law, Bill 21, has been upheld by the province's Superior Court, except for certain sections, including provisions affecting English school boards.

Court mostly upholds controversial Quebec secularism law, exempts English school boards | CTV News

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MONTREAL — 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-Andre 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. Bill 21 was adopted in June 2019 and prohibits public...

Quebec court upholds most of province's secularism law, exempts English school boards

A Canadian court on Tuesday struck down part of a controversial Quebec law banning public employees from wearing religious symbols, removing limits on some teachers but maintaining the ban for police officers, judges and other civil servants.A Canadian court on Tuesday struck down part of a controversial Quebec law banning public employees from wearing religious symbols, removing limits on some teachers but maintaining the ban for police officers, judges and other civil servants.

Canada court strikes down part of controversial Quebec law on religious symbols | Reuters

MONTREAL – Quebec’s Superior Court is expected to rule today on a challenge to the province’s law that bans certain public sector workers from wearing religious symbols on the job. Four separate lawsuits challenging Bill 21 were merged into one trial, which was held over several weeks at the end of 2020. The Quebec government

Quebec judge to rule today on challenge to Quebec's secularism law, known as Bill 21 - Medicine Hat NewsMedicine Hat News

In his decision, Judge Marc-André Blanchard upheld most of the law but ruled it can't be applied to English schools.

EMSB 'elated' after Quebec court strikes down parts of Bill 21 | Montreal Gazette

EMSB 'elated' after Quebec court strikes down parts of Bill 21

EMSB 'elated' after Quebec court strikes down parts of Bill 21 | Montreal Gazette

MONTREAL (Reuters) - A Canadian court on Tuesday said part of a controversial Quebec law banning public employees from wearing religious symbols is invalid.MONTREAL (Reuters) - A Canadian court on Tuesday said part of a controversial Quebec law banning public employees from wearing religious symbols is invalid.

Canadian court calls part of Quebec law on religious symbols invalid | The Star

The Quebec Superior Court has largely upheld the province's law that bans certain public sector workers from wearing religious symbols on the job.The Quebec Superior Court has largely upheld the province's law that bans certain public sector workers from wearing religious symbols on the job.

Quebec court upholds most of Quebec's Bill 21 secularism law - Canada News - Castanet.net

Quebec's Superior Court will announce a decision in cases that challenged Bill 21 in a trial held at the end of 2020. Quebec's Superior Court will announce a decision in cases that challenged Bill 21 in a trial held at the end of 2020.

Quebec court upholds most of province’s secularism law | Globalnews.ca