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MONTREAL -- A woman came out in defence Monday of her parents' controversial testimony during hearings into Quebec's secularism charter, insisting her folks are by no means racist and that even friends of the family are black.
The Caron-Pineault family's pro-charter arguments last Thursday drew a flurry of criticism, so much so that a You Tube video featuring excerpts of their appearance attracted more than 300,000 views by Monday afternoon -- a rare feat for a parliamentary commission.
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"There was nothing controversial (in their remarks)," Pineault said Monday, noting the family is very open to other cultures and that her own children have friends from different backgrounds.
"My daughter is dating a black man and he's very well accepted at our house. Not at all -- it's not even a question of that." The family's comments came during public hearings into the contentious Bill 60, a proposal by the Parti Quebecois government to ban public employees from wearing religious symbols, such as the Muslim veil, in the workplace.
There’s probably not a more romantic city for strolling than Québec City in autumn, but I am sure the charm of this city will grab you in any season.
I arrived via bus from Chicoutimi (near the Saguenay Fjord, where I’d just been) at Gare du Palais—the main train station in Québec City.