logo: The website, serieusement.fun, uses the PQ's logo, and the site's background colour is similar to the party's signature blue, according to Vancouver Courier. Visitors to the site are invited to type in a message above the party's official slogan, Seriously, and to share the meme they create on social media. Entering the final weekend before Monday's vote, the PQ went to court to try to shut down a website the party said was using its logo to spread racist messages online.article continues below Trending Stories'Bella Dolls' Is Vancouver ready for a sex doll brothel Central Park Vision Vancouver's Sarah Blyth leaving politics for son's sakeNBA legend Steve Nash now has a basketball court named in his honourA&W's Beyond Meat burger will be back soon Ironically, the website also includes authentic quotations from PQ Leader Jean-Francois Lisee about burkas and from one of his candidates using an offensive term for black people on Twitter. It also gives visitors examples of messages to type into the program as inspiration. Lisee was criticized heavily at the time for his words, which suggested Islamic women could hide weapons under their religious clothing. One of the examples is a quote Lisee gave to Le Devoir in 2016 when he was running for his party's leadership AK-47s under burqas, it's proven. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.