Will Quebec's religious symbols ban turn the province secular?

Canada is considered a Catholic nation with more Canadians who call themselves Catholic than any other religion. However, in Quebec, reports say Quebecers are post-Catholic.

Now – as Bill 21 – a law that will prohibit the wearing of religious symbols for certain public employees, and placing religious symbols in government spaces – moves ahead – Moira McQueen Director of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute says Catholicism is on its way out in Quebec.

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