A Jewish taxi driver in Montreal may not display religious artifacts and other objects in his cab, a Quebec court ruled.
Arieh Perecowicz, 66, a taxi driver for the last 44 years, lost his much-publicized case Feb. 17 when a municipal court upheld several fines against him for having too many personal and religious objects in his car.
He was ordered to pay $1,300, about $600 of that for court costs.
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