魁省自由党领袖库亚尔(Philippe Couillard) 周日在满地可与党人开会，谈论妇女问题。他说，魁人党要想通过法律，推行价值宪章，除非他死去。他说：「这个政府的一大错误，就是它要人们相信，为了保护独特的魁省，我们就要践踏别人的权利。」（“The big mistake that the government is making is to make people believe that, in order to defend what is specific about Quebec, we must trample on other people’s rights.”）
Since 2006, a number of high-profile religious accommodation cases have given rise to a profound discomfort in Quebec. To maintain social peace and promote harmony, we must prevent tensions from growing.
Clear rules on religious accommodations will contribute to integration and social cohesion. They will benefit all Quebecers, including newcomers. We will be best served by a state that treats everyone the same.
Contributions by Quebecers of all origins have enabled us to build an open society that shares fundamental values. These values defining Québec society and constituting a form of social contract are, among others, equality between women and men, religious neutrality of Québec’s public institutions, and recognition of a common historic heritage.
By affirming these values, we are proposing to build a strong Québec identity, whether one was born here or elsewhere.