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By The Canadian Press
MONTREAL — There are no plans to use a new Quebec law in order to reintroduce the Muslim cemetery project in Saint-Apollinaire, the town’s mayor said Monday after voters rejected the proposal in a referendum over the weekend.
People in the community of 6,000 southwest of Quebec City are stressed and tired after being solicited for months over the issue, Bernard Ouellet said.
“I’m not ready to embark my citizens on another experience like this again,” he said in an interview.