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The Quebec Election and What It Means

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Let’s get the first fact out of the way: separatists are the government in the province of Quebec.

Now that that’s on the table let’s disband any fear of a referendum by stating some facts upfront: the Bloc Quebecois is less then a shell of it’s former self in the House of Commons, . . . → Read More: The Quebec Election and What It Means

For Stephane Dion, a Quick Math Lesson/Thoughts on Separation

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I only like democracy when the numbers are in my favor.

Stephane Dion penned an op-ed for the National Post. (there’s an odd combination) detailing how the NDP’s position on Quebec separation, detailed in the Sherbrooke Declaration, threatens national unity.

There is one quote I want to draw specific attention to, which to . . . → Read More: For Stephane Dion, a Quick Math Lesson/Thoughts on Separation