Students and staff from McGill University's Faculty of Law in Montreal issued an open letter Friday in support of the challenges to the law.
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So, it's no longer neutral. The law bans public school teachers, government lawyers and police officers, among other civil servants, from wearing religious symbols at work.
The Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear an appeal of those decisions. Opponents to the law — known as Bill 21 — argue it disproportionately targets Muslim women and is therefore unconstitutional.
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But it will have help in court from groups who say allowing religious symbols in places such as classrooms infringes on parents' freedom to choose how their children learn about religion.
When the government passed the law, it invoked the notwithstanding clause to override sections of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The challenges are expected to be heard together in Quebec Superior Court at the Montreal courthouse.
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They say the notwithstanding clause does not cover Section 28 of the charter, which states that rights and freedoms are "guaranteed equally to male and female persons.