Ontario's Liberal government says it believes Quebec's new law on religious neutrality runs contrary to Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms and will lead to legal challenges.

Attorney General Yasir Naqvi says the government disagrees with the law passed by Quebec's national assembly in a 66-51 vote today, and won't consider a similar bill.

He says governments must respect a person's right to express themselves and their religion.

The controversial law, known as Bill 62, obliges citizens to uncover their faces while giving and receiving state services.

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