CBC Top Tweets: Will Quebec's 'secularism' charter unite us?

Over the weekend, Premier Pauline Marois said the proposed charter of values would help unite Quebecers. We asked you to send us your thoughts.

Proposed charter would include ban on religious garments for public sector workers.

A controversial proposal by the Quebec government would see religious symbols banned for public employees. (Michael Conroy/Associated Press)

Over the weekend, Premier Pauline Marois said the proposed charter of values would help unite Quebecers.

The controversial plan would see religious symbols such as turbans, kippas, hijabs and visible crucifixes banned for public employees.

CBC asked members of the twitterverse to share their thoughts on Marois' comments. Here are some of your replies to our hashtag of the day #SecularQuebec.