Tower Bridge celebrates its 125th birthday


taxslave
#31
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

It should be noted that this occurred in 1970.
Trudeau would go on to become Canada's third longest serving Prime Minister - more or less indicating that what he did in 1970 was seen as the right thing to do by the majority of Canadians.

Not at all. All it proved is that our election system is rigged in favor of QUebec and Ontariowe. At that time we knew th outcome of the election long before the polls closed in BC.
 
Curious Cdn
#32
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

The usual Liberal Anything Quebec wants it gets.

Quebec and the Liberals have, by and large, parted ways. Forty years ago, you would NEVER have witnessed a Liberal government trying to stop a ship building contract at Davie in Lauzon in favour of one in Nova Scotia.
 

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