March 2, 2014

Quebec's Ticket Back to Canada

Conrad Black, National Post

The Associated Press

Instead of the French and English-speaking populations of Canada having a reciprocal veto over major pan-Canadian policy initiatives, the Quebec nationalists have barricaded themselves into Quebec, abandoning the French outside that province. They are now trying to replace the unborn who result from their post-Catholic collapsed birthrate with Haitians and North Africans who, though French speaking, don’t care about the independence of Quebec, leaving the separatists to attempt to achieve independence in increments through trick referendary questions. Quebec was seduced by the Trudeau-Mulroney bribe of transfer payments to accept a white collar debtor economy and is now practically unable to secede, or even credibly to threaten to separate. The Quebec nationalists only represent...

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Quebec, Canada, Justin Trudeau

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

February 27, 2014
What Trudeau Could Learn from Harper
Licia Corbella, Calgary Herald
Harper and gang are likely hoping Trudeau doesn’t impose this kind of discipline on himself. After all, repeated, constant foot-in-mouth incidents leave the speaker looking wobbly and unstable and will eventually make... more ››
March 1, 2014
Thatcher's Children Have Their Hands Full
Jeffrey Simpson, Globe & Mail
Today, the conservative Anglosphere world is a deeply populist one, suspicious of government and people who work for it, angry at secular elites, not particularly partial to big business, convinced that the main objective of... more ››
February 28, 2014
In a Water War, Canada Could Get Hosed
Gary Mason, Globe and Mail
According to Canada’s ambassador to the United States, water is the new oil. In a recent interview, Gary Doer said that by the end of the decade, the pressure on water quality and quantity will be immense. He predicted that... more ››
February 26, 2014
Canada Kills Horatio Alger
Christopher Flavelle, Bloomberg View
Don't throw yourself off the balcony just yet: The government in question is Canadian, and the economic picture it looked at is Canada's from 1993 to 2007. But that picture -- almost no growth in real median wages, leaving the... more ››