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Quebec student uprising: New York Times gets its “not-so-friendly northern neighbor”. Why can’t our media do the same?

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The New York Times approaches the Quebec student uprising with a scalpel, opening layers of the student struggle our media is too timid, too ignorant and too biased to explore.

Needless to say, a must read.

WHEN Vladimir V. Putin first came to power in Russia, Quebecers could not help but laugh. Poutine, as he is . . . → Read More: Quebec student uprising: New York Times gets its “not-so-friendly northern neighbor”. Why can’t our media do the same?