April 6, 2014

The Knife to Canada's Throat

Robert Fulford, National Post

The Associated Press

Half a century ago, when Quebec separatism erupted, there were cynics who imagined it was an elaborate con game, a way of demanding concessions from the federal government. More money and more jurisdiction. Surely that couldn’t be true, many of us thought. Quebec probably deserved a better deal from Canada. Many Canadians tried their best to provide it. And much has changed.

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