Pauline Marois must love being in opposition, but the new wranglings from the PQ may send their numbers behind those of the Marijuana Party. You can’t force people to do things they don’t want to do in life. Not for long anyway.
The political will has changed mightily since the 70’s. It’s not that they failed so much as people evolved and become an isolated oasis doesn’t quite charm as many as it once did.
“The PQ language hawks are once again advocating this position because a reported 40% of allophone high school graduates and, wait for it, 4% of francophone graduates
The new bad idea is to force francophone and allophone infants and toddlers into French daycares, and it’s Marois herself who gave it impetus going into last week’s general council session, declaring that French was endangered in Montreal, and that some “electroshocks” were needed: “We should go in the direction of applying Bill 101 in child care centres.”
It truly is amazing to see what some people will do or say to get noticed. These ideas are not worthy of Quebec or its people. And they most definitely are not Canadian. Could you imagine what someone like Howard Galganov would say to these suggestions were he still living in Quebec?
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