Currently the Quebec Legislative Assembly is kicking around Bill 62, which seems to be about state secularism, but doesn't actually mention secularism once, only "State religious neutrality".
"An Act to foster adherence to State religious neutrality and, in particular, to provide a framework for religious accommodation requests in certain bodies"
The woman who was arguing with the reasoning of cultural Marxism is the Quebec minister of justice, who is supporting Bill 62.
The bill was tabled in June 2015. Its exact title - An Act to foster adherence to State religious neutrality and, in particular, to provide a framework for religious accommodation requests in certain bodies - already indicated the intended approach of the Liberal government under Philippe Couillard. The Minister then explained that Bill 62 "provides that personnel members of public bodies must demonstrate religious neutrality in the exercise of their functions, being careful to neither favour nor hinder a person because of the person's religious affiliation or non-affiliation."
On the surface, the bill appears to set reasonable boundaries: most Islamic dress will be permitted in the public space, but not face coverings such as burqas or the more conservative Yemeni style face veils.
However, critics of the bill say it is a threat to the secular nature of Quebec, and a slippery slope to Islamic primacy, even going as far as to say that Bill 61 is a victory for Islamists.
Two vocal critics can be seen here: