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first_imgQuebec Premier Francois Legault says his government will move quickly to prohibit the wearing of religious symbols by teachers and other public-sector workers in positions of authority.Addressing the legislature for the first time since his Coalition Avenir Quebec was elected Oct. 1, Legault said Quebecers have had enough of the debate over secularism.The plan to restrict religious symbols such as hijabs and kippas has been denounced by some rights advocates, but Legault said the government remains “very firm” in its intentions.He reiterated that the ban will apply to primary and secondary school teachers as well as police officers, prosecutors, judges and prison guards.The Premier said his government’s top priority will be education, and he promised steady funding increases to stop Quebec from lagging behind in academic success.Legault invoked the daring of early settlers as he called on Quebecers to overcome the fear of change and the fear of making mistakes.The Canadian Presslast_img read more