#ICYMI: No honeymoon for Legault, reprieve for young #cannabis users, more news

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Premier-designate François Legault steered clear of the topic Wednesday, but his plan to forbid some public employees from wearing religious symbols continued to dominate news about the Coalition Avenir Québec’s transition to power.

On a day when Legault avoided reporters’ questions, the issue surfaced when a CAQ MNA said public servants in positions of authority risk losing their jobs under a “secularism law” the new government is planning.

Read more here: Judges, teachers wearing religious symbols risk losing jobs, CAQ says

And here: CAQ proposed ban on religious garb called ‘legalized discrimination’

And hereTrudeau warns François Legault over use of the notwithstanding clause

And here: Allison Hanes: Diverse Montreal finds itself at odds with CAQ values


Meanwhile, Quebec’s highest court has ruled a woman who was denied justice three years ago after

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