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Critics maintain Bill 62 unfairly targets Quebec’s small number of devout Muslim women

Monday, November 13, 2017 @ 1:08 PM | By Terry Davidson

People who land public sector jobs in a post-Bill 62 Quebec could fight against having to make people show their faces when receiving services  — even if that demand is stipulated in hiring contracts, said a prominent human rights lawyer.

Julius Grey, Grey Casgrain s.e.n.cMontreal’s Julius Grey, of Grey Casgrain s.e.n.c, said such a demand as a condition of employment “doesn’t change the legal situation” surrounding the controversial bill, which became law Oct. 18 and has been the subject of protest and division ever since....