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The Quebec Superior Court has ruled that the religious symbols ban under Bill 21 won't apply to English schools in Quebec, according to multiple reports. This means that teachers in English schools who wish to wear religious symbols won't be required to remove them.

The English Montreal School Board (EMSB) shared the news on Tuesday, saying it's "elated with the Quebec Superior Court’s decision to strike down key provisions of Bill 21."

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A protest against Quebec's controversial Bill 21, also known as the "secularism law," is set to take place on November 2 at the Palais de Justice in Montreal.

Multiple groups will also be challenging Bill 21 before the Superior Court of Quebec that day.

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