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CBC.caCBC.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke for the first time about Quebec’s controversial religious neutrality legislation today, saying it’s not up to his government to challenge the law but that he would “always defend” people’s rights under the charter …Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leads the way as Canada courts AmazonNational PostWords fail Trudeau in response to Quebec’s ban on face coveringsThe Globe and MailThe Spectator’s View: An uphill drive awaits TrudeauTheSpec. ‘Not up to the federal government’ to challenge Quebec’s religious neutrality law: Trudeau

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