The threat of sovereignty seems to be fading as the Liberals under Philippe Couillard make a comeback in the Quebec election campaign.

If the Liberals win Monday, it would also spell victory for Canada's multiculturalists, who advocate cultural relativism to the point that they often turn a blind eye to practices running counter to Canada's values of equality.

Quebec Premier Pauline Marois says if the Parti Quebecois is elected, it would, if necessary, invoke the notwithstanding clause in the Canadian charter to protect its controversial Quebec values charter.

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