Feature Story: The Conversation: Québec’s fashion police: A century of telling women what not to wear
External Relations, University of Regina
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The Québec government has recently announced its plan to ban civil servants from wearing religious symbols. This move comes on the heels of similar interventions, including the now-suspended Bill 62, which banned people from wearing face coverings while accessing or providing public services. As critics have pointed out, this ban aimed particularly at Muslim women who wear face veils.