First they came for the communists, and I did not speak out– because I was not a communist; Then they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out– because I was not a socialist; Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out– because I was not a trade . . . → Read More: somecanuckchick dot com: Pauline Marois defends anti-Semitic PQ candidate Louise Mailloux?!?!
An independent Québec — according to Pauline Marois — would continue to use the Canadian dollar, seek a Bank of Canada seat, offer dual citizenship, have no borders, no customs house, no visa requirements, no tolls, etc.
In short, a completely dependent [yet somehow independent?!] Québec.
Minimizing how much would change, if Québec became . . . → Read More: somecanuckchick dot com: Behold the completely dependent independent Québec!
Just a quick post this weekend to link to a story in Le Devoir today by Guillaume Bourgault-Côté, occasioned by Justin Trudeau’s recent remarks about how the possibility of living in a Canada whose identity actually did correspond to the refashioning that PM Harper has undertaken could make him contemplate Quebec separatism. I am quoted . . . → Read More: Pample the Moose: Canada at the breaking point? Justin Trudeau, Le Devoir and Me