According to new research by the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS), religious minorities in Quebec are feeling alienated and hopeless three years after Bill 21 was adopted. The association surveyed 632 Muslims, 165 Jews, and 56 Sikhs residing in Quebec. According to the results of the survey, 64 percent of respondents, roughly the same percentage of people that supports the bill, believe that the Supreme Court should issue an opinion on whether Bill 21 is discriminatory. However, less than half of the respondents to the survey said that they would continue to support Bill 21 even if the Supreme Court confirmed it violated the Charter of Rights.
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