April 29, 2014

Has Quebec Already Left the Building?

Richard Gwyn, Toronto Star

The Associated Press

The best political news Canadians have heard in recent times was of course the election defeat of the separatist Parti Québécois.

No attempt at another referendum for at least a decade, therefore, quite possibly none for another quarter-century or so.

Yet good reasons still exist to worry about what’s going on in Quebec.

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