Politician proposes a new charter that would require all Quebecers wear the same pants

According to Mr. Bourassa, he has not ruled out the idea of a light khaki for Quebec's official pant. (Alan Diaz/CP Images)

According to Mr. Bourassa, he has not ruled out the idea of a light khaki for Quebec's official pant. (Alan Diaz/CP Images)

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It is charter season in Quebec and Independent MP Serge Bourassa has put forward a proposal that he is calling La Chartre Des Pantalons Québécois.

Described as the 'perfect charter,' Bourassa says that, "by wearing the same pants, we are saying that from the waist down Quebecers are united, but from the waist up we are all unique and can celebrate our individually anyway we like." 

He went on to state that, "there is absolutely nothing controversial about pants."

Pat Kelly spoke with Mr. Bourassa to learn more about what this charter proposal could mean for the people of Quebec.

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