On the website concerning the Québec Charter of Values you'll find a statement from the minister, Bernard Drainville, and, if you follow the arrows at the bottom of each screen, the desideratum of "clear rules for everyone", an "affirmation of Québec values" ("By affirming these values, we are proposing to build a strong Québec identity, whether one was born here or elsewhere."), the principle of state neutrality, and, last, "five proposals" the government is making. One of these is the one that's received most attention in the press: to "limit the wearing of conspicuous religious symbols."
To assist your understanding of this proposal, the site offers these infographics, the first of which illustrates permissible symbols, the second of which shows the sort of symbols that should not be worn:
There's so much here that needs discussion and analysis I don't (yet) know where to begin.