On Tuesday, January 28, Anna Maria Tremonti from the CBC’s The Current moderated a panel discussion and public forum on “Quebec’s controversial proposed Secular Charter, which has divided Quebeckers and sparked debate across Canada.”
wanted to hear what Quebeckers think of the proposed secular charter and whether it will be good or bad for the province. [CBC] assembled a panel at the Crowley Arts Centre to make the case for and against, and then we opened it up to the audience.
One woman claimed to be very disturbed by a government that tells you how to dress and what to wear. That’s just agitprop! The PQ is not telling people what to wear and what to do; the PQ is telling government employees what to wear when they are at work for the government that pays them a salary.
The audio of the panel discussion and public forum is now available
Caution: The emotive word racist is used with little regard for accuracy.