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Police: Prison Guards and Crown Prosecutors

police: Public Security Minister Genevieve Guilbault said citizens will need to respect the law and suggested the authorities could get involved, according to CTV. People will notify the police. One cabinet minister said the police could be called in and another said injunctions could be sought, while Premier Francois Legault said he prefers not to specify what measures would be used. It's like any other law, she said, declining to elaborate. A grandfather clause protects people already hired in those positions. Bill 21, which was tabled last week, would prohibit public servants in positions of authority -- including teachers, police officers, Crown prosecutors and prison guards -- from wearing religious symbols on the job. ( As reported in the news.