There will be no borders or tolls in a sovereign Quebec.
That's the message from Parti Quebecois Leader Pauline Marois as sovereignty continues to be a prominent issue in the Quebec election campaign.
Marois said today that Quebecers will still be able to go see the Rockies and Prince Edward Island and that Canadians from there will still be able to visit Quebec.
Marois made the comments as she discussed ways of boosting tourism in the province. She also noted that an independent Quebec would open its arms to tourists from Canada.
For his part, Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard says the PQ's constant musings on Quebec's future only serve to hurt the province and that his political foes should tone down the rhetoric.
"Every time they hint at a referendum, Quebec is weakened," Couillard said at a campaign stop in Trois-Rivieres.
Couillard says Quebec independence would destroy the rest of Canada because the province is an important part of the country and its "distinct character," is part of what makes Canada so interesting.