(QC = Province du Québec, Canada)
- Montréal, QC. Canada ...
- List of regions of Quebec - Wikipedia
- "The average North American reads at a Grade 6 level and literacy is even lower in Quebec" - Montreal Gazette - 2014-03-06
- PQ = Parti Québécois = the provincial (Québec) political party that has a platform dedicated to the separation of Québec from Canada.
- BQ = Bloc Québécois = the federal (Canadian) political party that has a platform dedicated to the separation of Québec from Canada (but currently has seats only from the province of Québec).
- CEGEP = Collège d'enseignement général et professionnel - (only in QC)
- QC = Province of Québec. One of the ten Canadian provinces.
- Sovereignty = Nationalism = Separation of Québec from Canada
- Many Francophone Québécois think these terms are different. Québécois are very confused about these terms. That is why the federal government had to introduce the "Clarity Bill" requiring any future Québec referenda to have clear and honest wording that will not confuse the voters.
- Québec is not a nation. Québec is a province inside the country of Canada. Canada is a nation.
was the basis for the creation of the PQ and the BQ
- Affiliation Québec
- CIRLM.ca - icrml.ca - Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities
- Cirque du Soleil
- CRITIQ | Canadian Rights in Quebec
- Gouvernement du Québec | Québec.ca
- GuideRestos.com - La référence critique des restaurants au Québec
- Lanaudière - Le Festival de Lanaudière
- Nids-de-poule - CAA-Québec Pothole Watch
OQLA = Office québécois de la langue anglaise - oqla.ca - oqla.org
- As you can see (since the OQLA Website is now gone), there aren't enough Anglos left in the province of Québec to defend the English language.
- OQLF = Office québécois de la langue française - (Québec's official language police)
- = the separatist party's (PQ's) Language Police Department
- The OQLF's racist agenda is to eliminate other languages (especially English) in Québec, to reduce or eliminate the number of "maudits anglos" in Québec, and stamp out the social scourge the PQ (=separatists) call "rampant bilingualism" (PQ Premier of Québec, Pauline Marois) or Parti Québécois culture minister Louise Beaudoin
- Québec Language Law Discrimination
- Language Police Abuses in Québec
- QUESCREN - Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network
- SAQ.com - Society Alcoholic Québécois
- Sponsorship - Scandalous or Honourable?
- Racism in Québec
- Les Affaires - un journal
- National Post
- Montreal Gazette
- Joke du jour: “If there is a government which has respected its minorities, which has respected people’s freedom of religion, it’s ours in Quebec and the government of the PQ in particular.” P. Marois
- P.Marois is clearly delusional and out of touch with reality.
- Justin Trudeau drew a parallel between Québec’s proposed "charter of values" and old segregation policies in the United
- Marois made a campaign promise to promote her racist agenda. Nobody wanted this promise, not the people, not even her party. Bill 14 is a potential disaster that only Marois wants to promote. Instead of accepting that she failed in this ill-advised attempt to quash English, she is now proposing a new bill on "values" ("charter of values") that will attack other minorities in Quebec. Very sad!!
- "Ashamed to be from Quebec. We have become the laughing stock of the world... Educated Americans used to be ashamed to say that George W. Bush was their president. Compared with our premier (Pauline Marois, PQ = Separatist Party of Quebec), he was an intellectual giant." | posted on Facebook by Joe Schwarcz (Director at McGill Office for Science and Society (OSS)) - (PDF) - 2013-03-08
- "The Marois (Pauline Marois, PQ = Separatist Party of Quebec) government is proving to be incoherent in any Language" - Rewriting history in the classroom by Don Macpherson (PDF) - 2013-03-09
- The PQ government's Education Minister Marie Malavoy calls English a "foreign language".
- Echoes of rejection - BILL 60 HAS A HISTORICAL PARALLEL in the way French-language schools rejected Italian children in my youth. - "It was obvious to her that French people, or at least some French people, didn’t like us Italians back then." (PDF) - 2014-02-20
- Taxes, Bill 101 drive people away (PDF) - 2013-02-19
- How do we avoid losing head offices? - Gazette.2013-01-24.Henry.Aubin (PDF)
- Huntingdon refuses order from language watchdog to be French-only | CTV Montreal News - 2012-03-15
- Calling the OQLF's rules "discriminatory and racist," Huntingdon town council is asking the Charest government to reopen Bill 101 and allow municipalities to serve citizens in both languages.
- Frenglish: Montreal's Word of Mouth - Montreal Gazette
- Meet some local Frenglish experts
- CBC.ca Montreal - Special Report - Stay or Go - 2014-03-03
- Half of Quebecers feel the PQ doesn't want non-francophones to stay - Montreal - CBC News - 2014-03-03
- Francophones split on trust of Parti Québécois, poll suggests - Montreal - CBC News
- Half of Quebec's anglophones polled feel they can succeed in the province - Montreal - CBC News
- Half of Quebec non-francophones consider leaving - Montreal - CBC News
- Francophones split on trust of Parti Québécois, poll suggests - Montreal - CBC News
- PQ would hold referendum if signs pointed to victory - Montreal - CBC News
- Philippe Couillard blames Parti-Québécois for Anglo-Franco divide - Montreal - CBC News
- Montreal mayoral candidate addresses Anglo 'egocentricity' - Montreal - CBC News - 2013-10-24
- (This link was found on
the Dawson College MyDawson page.)
- Michel Brûlé (Intégrité Montréal) wants to be the Mayor of Montréal!!!!
- “100% Français, zero corruption” platform.
- While he took questions in English at the news conference, he responded only in French.
- "Brûlé said the majority of anglophones identify themselves with the English-American empire — and empires historically want to dominate."
- "He said anglophones aren’t interested in cultures other than their own."
- Comment: Is this guy from some other planet?
- "La Charte de la Honte"
= "la Charte des valeurs québécoises"
- The Law, Society and Justice Student Association and the Dawson Student Union have invited the Chair of the Quebec Human Rights Commission, Mr. Jacques Fremont, to speak on the proposed Quebec Charter of Values next Friday, Nov. 1, at 14:30 in 5B16. Mr. Fremont has recently raised human rights concerns about the proposed Charter. He has agreed to come to Dawson College to discuss those concerns with students and the College community.
- Charter: Quebec HRC in complete opposition to the government, chairman says (PDF) - 2013-11-04
- The Québec Charter of Values
- Question - Why does the PQ (Parti Québécois; the provincial separatist party) state that it is in favour of "Setting clear rules for everyone" (www.nosvaleurs.gouv.qc.ca/) when defining and restricting the cultural rights for outsiders (foreigners; those who are not real Québécois de vieille souche; not Québécois "pur laine"), but the PQ is not in favour (QC Bill 99) of defining a clear separation referendum question (Clarity Act) when it comes to deciding the future of Canada, and Québec within Canada?
- Jaggi Singh, an organizer of protests against the PQ values charter, came to the remote site and entered the press room to tell reporters the charter stokes “xenophobia,” targeting people who wear the Islamic hijab, Jewish kippa or turbans worn for religious reasons. (2013-10-23 Gazette - PQ Cabinet meeting at a "rambling lakeside inn" resort)
- PQ would bar immigrants, francophones from English college - KEVIN DOUGHERTY - The Gazette - Sunday, June 05, 2005
- Newcomers would be required to send children to French-language CEGEPs.
- Delegates to a weekend convention of the Parti Quebecois adopted a resolution to compel the children of immigrants, now streamed into French primary and secondary schools, into French CEGEPs as well.
- And they also adopted a proposal to gradually reduce funding to Quebec's three English-language universities, McGill, Concordia, and Bishop's.
- Yves Michaud said "97.5 per cent" of students in English CEGEPs and universities would vote No in a sovereignty referendum. The idea behind streaming newcomers into French CEGEPs is to make it easier to recruit them to the PQ cause. "If they go to the French CEGEP, we have a better chance that they will vote Yes in the referendum."
- A PQ government would create Quebec citizenship, set up a Quebec supreme court and pass laws as if it were a country already.
- Jacques Parizeau (former PQ leader)
- "Parizeau actually writes of proclaiming the new republic 'in the hours or days' that followed a Yes victory. Yet here again, we should scarcely be astonished. Parizeau had always known that secession could never be negotiated; he must equally have known that a unilateral break, if it were to have any chance of succeeding, would have to be effected with lightning speed: a 'first strike' that would, he hoped, make it a fait accompli by morning... has confirmed the truth of his famous remark before the event: that Quebecers, having voted Yes to 'partnership' with the rest of Canada, would be trapped like lobsters in the separatist pot." 1997
- Sovereignty and Jacques Parizeau - Globe and Mail - 1997-05-09 - PDF
- Josée Legault | Vigile.Québec
- E.Bander - The government has undermined CEGEPs' early promise - Montreal Gazette - Sunday, March 14, 2004
- Kelly McParland: Once again, Thomas Mulcair puts Quebec ahead of Canada | National Post - 2013-11-19
- The NDP has taken the position that a vote of 50%-plus-one would be enough for Quebec to seek separation from Canada, a controversial view that conflicts with the (SCC's = Supreme Court of Canada's) view that a far bigger majority would be necessary to legitimize an independence vote.
The NDP and Thomas Mulcair want to repeal the Clarity Act. (The NDP's "Sherbrooke Declaration".)
Mr. Trudeau responded in an interview on the weekend, accusing the NDP leader of playing a dangerous game in "pandering to soft nationalists and separatists in Quebec." He accused Mr. Mulcair of risking another wrenching constitutional debate for partisan gain, hoping to shore up NDP support in Quebec.
The more Mr. Mulcair sidles up to the separatists, the less attractive he looks to English Canadians. Dangling the prospect of an easy departure may go over well in Quebec, but there's no surer way to alienate voters in the rest of the country.
After the near-death experience of the 1995 referendum, the Supreme Court ruled that a "clear majority" would be required on a clearly-worded question to set off any future talks on separation.
NDP has pledged that, if it gains power, it will repeal the Clarity Act and replace it with a "unity act" making it much easier for separatists to have their way.
And what about 50% - 1? Seems to me that we have our answer twice over. How many times you going to beat that poor horse?
The SCC also ruled there is no legal or constitutional route for Quebec to declare independence and a UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence) would violate Canadian and International law.
- Québec, province of Canada...