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You can walk into a public library, but you can't take out a book.

You can sit in a hospital waiting room, but you can't interact with staff.

You can drop off your children at public daycare, but you can't pick them up.

In an effort to quell criticism and confusion, Quebec Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée released on Tuesday a list of highly specific examples outlining how Bill 62 — the province's new religious neutrality law — will be applied and enforced.

Vallée noted that Muslim women who wear a niqab or burka could be eligible for an exemption, in some cases, on the grounds of religious accommodation.


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