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Quebecs Premier Pauline Marois speaks with Minister of Democratic Institutions Bernard Drainville during a photo-op to present the Quebec Charter of Values at the National Assembly in Quebec City on Sept. 10, 2013.
Quebecs Premier Pauline Marois speaks with Minister of Democratic Institutions Bernard Drainville during a photo-op to present the Quebec Charter of Values at the National Assembly in Quebec City on Sept. 10, 2013.
(MATHIEU BELANGER/REUTERS)

What Quebec’s francophone media thinks of the secular charter

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In the lead up to the unveiling of the Parti Québécois government’s Charter of Values, critics who were anglophone or from the rest of Canada were written off by charter supporters as francophobes and Quebec-bashers.