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The Quebec government website shows examples of unacceptable religious symbols allowed to be worn by public servants, according to its proposed Charter of Quebec Values, released Sept. 10, 2013.
The Quebec government website shows examples of unacceptable religious symbols allowed to be worn by public servants, according to its proposed Charter of Quebec Values, released Sept. 10, 2013.
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Can Tories put the heat on Quebec over its secular charter without getting burned?

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Jason Kenney revealed Tuesday how Ottawa intends to handle the question of the Parti Québécois’s proposed charter of values: carefully, carefully.