Shooting the messenger

In the final throes of the recent federal election, a question asked during the English-language leaders’ debate shed some troubling light on the current situation in Quebec politics.

It began when host and moderator Shachi Kurl posed her now famous question to Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-François Blanchet regarding Bills 96 and 21. She asked how he can justify supporting the two bills which are seen by many as discriminatory.

His response was telling.

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