I’m glad this fear – if there ever was anyone in Quebec fearing it- was cleared up by her:
An independent Quebec would open its arms to tourists from Canada. 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 . . . → Read More: Scott’s DiaTribes: Grasping for straws – Pauline Marois
We had all 3 in last night’s Quebec provincial election. The bad news if you’re a Canadian federalist is the PQ won, and that Liberal Premier Jean Charest lost his seat. The good news is the PQ only won a slim minority (54-50-19-2 as of this AM), and the Liberals did not get as badly . . . → Read More: Scott’s DiaTribes: Quebec – good, bad and very ugly.
The National Post is the only place so far that has a graphic representation of the vote breakdown. As in the case of Alberta, the pollsters seemed to have missed a last minute swing away from the party favored to win. Maybe for the same reason, too. Marois ran a profoundly xenophobic campaign and was getting called out for . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Quebec Votes