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Dr. Sanjeet Singh Saluja, an emergency room physician at the McGill University Health Centre in Montreal. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press)

Dr. Sanjeet Singh Saluja, an emergency room physician at the McGill University Health Centre in Montreal.

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Quebeckers: How would a ban on religious symbols at work affect you? Add to ...

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The Quebec government is proposing to ban public workers from wearing religious symbols, such as a turban, hijab, kippa or crucifix, in the workplace. The ban would affect everyone from government workers and doctors to teachers and daycare workers. Do you wear a religious symbol at work? How would this ban affect you? Would it prompt you to quit your job? Or do you think the charter is a good idea?

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