A brunch organized by the Quebec Women's Federation was held Sunday to help feminists who are against the secular charter find a space to talk about their concerns.

Alexa Conradi, the president of the QWF, said that it is important for women who oppose the secular charter to band together and to brainstorm on ideas and approaches, given that the calling of a spring election appears more and more likely.

"If there's an election campaign we'll be organizing a public debate, inviting candidates from all the parties to express their positions on women's issues in general," Conradi said.

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