This would infringe on the religious freedom protected by both the federal and Quebec's Charter of Rights and so ( in admission), the Legault government has decided to act to protect against any court ruling by including a not withstanding clause in it.
There have been opposition from many groups and individuals, including the authors of the Taylor/Bouchard commission ( which had agreed on bans on police and judges). The English School Board and others including the Mayor of Montreal, Muslim and Jewish and Sikh organisations and Even the United Nations Rights agency.
There will be a court challenge and Legault will have to use the not withstanding clause but this will cause even more concerns and damage Quebec's reputation at home and abroad.
Trump was " royally" feted and had his ego massaged by Japan's prime minister, Shinzo Abe, from a 16 hole golf with a double cheeseburger lunch to a sumo wrestling match, where ( against tradition), he was allowed to sit on a chair) and he was allowed to present the trophy to the winner and then " a couple's dinner wit the Abes.
On Monday he will meet the newly crowned emperor Narehito and will be the guest of honor at a banquet hosted by the emperor which says is historical and not done in 200 years.
Suitably stroked and feted Trump announced that trade talks with Japan, (a contentious issue),will be postponed until after the July election, which spares Abe from any problems /criticism arising from it and gives a better chance.
Theresa held out for as long as she could but her time has run out and she will resign from office in June. She tried variously to get support for her Brexit deal but failed miserably, defeated time and again in votes in the Commons, sparking rebellion and resignations by ministers and members of the Conservative party.
There will be a leadership race and so far no one has come forward but it is expected that the pedantic and garrulous Boris Johnson will be in it.
Woe to the one who becomes leader of this dispirited and divided party. It took a shellacking in recent local elections, a sign of what's to come in the general election, which is expected later this year.