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Witch Hunt On Nycole Turmel Shows How Much of Canada Really Doesn’t Get The Bloc Quebecois, Forgets Certain Precedents, And Priorities Screwed

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I’m still on the road, in Ford Nation. I thank my co-bloggers for keeping Sister Sage’s Musings current while I’m away. I have quick access to a hotel computer, so I will be brief.  The title pretty much explains how I feel about the tweets and the general reactions from the blogosphere and . . . → Read More: Witch Hunt On Nycole Turmel Shows How Much of Canada Really Doesn’t Get The Bloc Quebecois, Forgets Certain Precedents, And Priorities Screwed

Quebec Seems to Have the Will But Do They Have the Means?

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Awhile back, I wrote that Gilles Duceppe started reviving separation in commemorate the  anniversary of the failure of the  Meech Lake Accord and that Pauline Marois was promoting a greener sovereign Quebec.

While I consider myself middle of the road these days where Quebec sovereignty is concerned, I still expressed a few concerns, . . . → Read More: Quebec Seems to Have the Will But Do They Have the Means?