The Current | Oct 4, 2013 | 22:00

Women divided over Quebec's Charter of Values - Oct 4, 2013

Maria Mourani recently quit the BQ after taking a stand against Quebec's proposed Charter of Values. Many women in Quebec say if the charter goes ahead, they'll be stripped of their freedoms. But others say the Charter actually protects women's rights.

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