Of course I am.
You've got the right to express your religion in your self-employed, private workplace. I can't imagine it any other way.
Apparently this secular Jewish fellow can't, though, according to Montreal bylaws.
I'm not a big fan of religion. It reeks of despotism and mindless obedience. But if you're choosing to be mindlessly obedient, that's your thing. As long as you stop swinging your fists at my face and your mezuzah isn't a fire hazard, it's really none of my business how you waste your time.
He hangs family pictures and religious/cultural artifacts around his cab. A Christian will hang rosary beads around his mirror. A Hindu, Muslim and Sikh are welcome to do the same as long as they're following laws about keeping the road visible from the driver's seat. Followers of the IPU can hang punctured red socks.
I can't imagine that this "Montreal bylaw" which says cabbies can't have objects or inscriptions in their cabs that are "not required for the taxi to be in service." could possibly be constitutional.
If he were a public servant, employed by the government, I could see invoking a rule.
If he were posting religious passages demanding the death or mutilation of others, I could see invoking a rule.
But in his cab? His private cab? Tiny, religiously inspired texts calling down blessing of protection?
No. There's no need to push this guy around.