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    Washington Post highlights sections of Quebec’s Bill 96

    It’s not law yet, however the Quebec Legislature voted 78 in favor and 29 against to pass the bill. It will likely become law next month. Almost every section of this bill contravenes the Canadian constitution and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It looks like Fascism is now present in North...
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    Melanie Jolie is a Hypocrite

    The foreign affairs minister stated today that Russia was trying to manipulate the principles of human rights. Seriously? How can she possibly discuss human rights with a straight face, when she’s just as guilty of supporting a violation of human rights in her own province. She’s the author of...
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    Those fully vaxxed account for most of the new COVID cases in Quebec

    I knew it. The vaccine is doing nothing to bring the case count down. People who were naive or gullible enough to trust the government just got burned. Thankfully I’m fortunate enough to be living in Quebec where my trust level for the provincial government is at zero percent. I cannot trust a...
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    Teen arrested after attempted kidnapping and gunfire at Montreal area school

    I cannot for the life of me understand any judge would release this fellow? He attempted a kidnapping and fired a gun in the process. Not to mention that he refused to tell police the whereabouts of his gun or his accomplice. In my opinion, the judge who authorized his release needs to be...
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    Air Canada CEO should not have apologized

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with living in Montreal and speaking only English. Mr. Rousseau had no reason to apologize here. Montreal has two mainstream communities, English and French speaking. Everything in the city is in both languages ( English/French schools, universities, hospitals...
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    Racist Bill 96 has sharply divided Quebeckers along language lines

    I’m not surprised. Most French speaking Quebeckers support this racist peace of legislation which by the way uses the not withstanding clause to do away with our civil rights. 95% of English speaking Quebeckers oppose bill 96. We’re back to an all out language war in Quebec now. In English...
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    Anti-Masker to remain detained in order to be heard at length in court

    As an anti-masker, I agree that a business has a right to request someone wear a mask to enter. However, no business or establishment could ever force anyone to wear a mask against their will. They can refuse you entry, but cannot physically force you to wear a mask. Doing so would be a gross...
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    Frustrations mount as COVID’s 4th wave sweeps across Quebec

    Right now in Quebec there is serious tension between English and French speakers within the province. On my side, I don’t socialize with my French speaking neighbors anymore. It’s an all out war. The reason is Bill 96. The Legault government wants to do away with our civil rights altogether. On...
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    PPC Surging in polls, threatening NDP for 3rd place

    I predicted that this would happen as soon as O’Toole was nominated leader of the CPC. As I’ve stated previously, as a social conservative, I cannot in good conscience vote for O’Toole. His personal views on gay marriage and abortion conflict with my own views and are in fact further to the...
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    Police investigate second shooting at same Montreal West Island house in nine days

    This is really sad. I recall back in my childhood days, the West Island was the safest place you could find. It was an ideal place to raise a family. The solution here is to overhaul our laws and provide stiffer penalties for gun related crimes. If longer prison terms isn’t a deterrent, then...
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    Legault describes EMSB as 'disconnected' and 'radical' after Bill 96 challenge details revealed

    I disagree with Legault! It’s not the EMSB school board that’s radical, but the CAQ for trying to deny basic fundamental rights to English speakers living in Quebec via bill 96. Legault just doesn’t get it. Fundamental human rights supersede any language rights. Always. The right to receive...
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    How long-standing mistrust of government is hurting vaccination efforts

    This article nails it spot on! My mistrust with the Quebec government is precisely the reason why my family and myself have not gotten the COVID vaccine. The government keeps preaching at me to go get vaccinated. This is the same government that wants to take away all of my fundamental rights...
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    With Bill C32, English speakers across Canada should think twice before voting Liberal

    Bill C-32 is a discriminatory piece of legislation introduced by the Liberals earlier this year. It essentially gives preferential treatment to French speaking communities across Canada with complete disregard for and at the expense of the English speaking community. The bill offers special...
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    Thousands gather in Montreal to voice displeasure at Quebec's proposed COVID-19 vaccine passport

    Things are looking up. It appears that the anti-vaccine, anti-passport movement is getting stronger each day. There are only so many rights one is willing to give up before they head out onto the streets to demonstrate. Segregating the population into two categories based on vaccination status...
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    Quebec launches another campaign urging people to get baccinstef

    The Quebec government can keep preaching to me and my family to get vaccinated till the cows come home. We are not getting vaccinated. Our major distrust with the government is the primary reason that we’re not getting vaccinated. How can we trust a government that is hell bent on taking away...
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    Quebec Launching Vaccine Lottery

    Good luck with that! Given my major distrust with the government, nothing they say or do will encourage me to get vaccinated. The governments (both provincial and Feds) treat English speakers in Quebec as second class citizens, so how can we trust them? Just look at Bills 96 and C-32...
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    Quebeckers apparently less fearful of COVID-19 than rest of Canada and U.S.

    I used “apparently” in the title above as I’m not convinced that it’s true. If Quebeckers are indeed less fearful than the rest of Canada or the U.S. when it comes to COVID-19, then why in blue blazes does Quebec still have forced mask mandates in indoor public places? Just look at the...
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    Trudeau and Joly throw English speaking Quebeckers under the bus

    Bill C-32 introduced by the Liberal Party makes French the official language of Quebec at the Federal level, yet does not make English the official language of BC, Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan..etc)? Are English speakers delegated to second class citizens in Canada? This bill not only throws...
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    Proposed changes to Canadian Official Languages Act leaves Quebec's English speaking population out in the cold

    The Federal Liberals are literally throwing us under the bus. Many of us in Montreal speak no French. We were schooled entirely in English. I hope fellow English speaking Quebeckers voice their displeasure come Election Day. This policy change crosses the line. What about the right to be...
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    Legault pushing to allow larger crowds at Bell Center

    The government should definitely increase capacity at the Bell Center to at least 18,000 fans in order to allow for an even playing field. Otherwise, the Golden Knights have the clear advantage due to the significantly higher number of fans cheering them on. Quebec Government pushing to have...