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Prince George pastor not sold on Quebec's Charter

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Mark Wessner, a pastor at Westwood Church in Prince George, B.C. speaks with Betsy Trumpener (Photo Credit: CBC/Wil Fundal)

A ban on religious symbols.  The Quebec government thinks its proposed charter of values reflects an 'unbiased' public sector.  Daybreak's Betsy Trumpener speaks with Mark Wessner, a pastor at Westwood Church in Prince George, B.C.

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For more, visit Mark Wessner's blog post:  Quebec Charter of Values: Freedom or Oppression?

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