Don't be afraid.
That's what Parti Quebecois Leader Pauline Marois is telling Canadians when it comes to the result of next month's Quebec election.
Marois says relations with the rest of Canada will be very good even if her pro-independence party is re-elected.
The PQ leader also told a news conference in Montreal today that having Pierre Karl Peladeau as a party candidate is not a threat to her job and that she wants to be premier for the next mandate.
She also took a dig at former Liberal leader Bob Rae, telling him to mind his own business.
Rae said in an opinion piece on the Globe and Mail's website that a Quebec civil servant or trade unionist voting for Peladeau is akin to a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders.