Are Politics and Partisanship for the People or Politicians? Letter to the Editor by Cory Cameron

Are Politics and Partisanship for the People or Politicians?  Letter to the Editor by Cory Cameron

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Our Canada today is simply not the Canada that our forefathers envisioned when the country officially came to exist on July 1, 1867.

 

Our country more than ever before, is currently fraught by partisanship politics to a point whereby foundational issues are rarely, if ever; brought to the forefront and dealt with in an efficient and cordial manner.  Upon cursory examination of what I speak, just look at what is happening with the Conservative Government’s fence sitting on the issue of whether or not to purchase the F-35 fighter jets.  How long must our elected officials at the Federal level hem and haw over this issue?   Has our current Federal Government learned nothing over what occurred some fifty odd years ago with the hemming and hawing over another fighter jet scandal?  The current regime is beginning to look more and more like Diefenbaker’s ghost.  The similarities are striking to say the least.  I am reminded of George Santayana’s, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”, quote when thinking of this latest debacle.

 

However, the above statement is just as accurate in studying the issue of Official Bilingualism and what has transpired since it’s creation in Canada.  Much like the ideas of Employment Equity and Affirmative ActionOfficial Bilingualism in Canada has come to encompass the very monster of that to which it sought to slain.  And that was of course the idea of providing a level workplace that would undo the damage of hiring unfairness in the workplace.  For the last year, the Cornwall-born and based organization, ‘Language Fairness for All’ (LFA) along with a few other non-profit, non-government funded and non-tribal oriented organizations has been doing what it can to educate the Canadian populace on what is currently taking place in hiring practices within Canada.  Members and supporters of Language Fairness for All have written Letters to the Editors of local and regional media firms, the likes of which have generated huge responses from the public at large.

 

There are misconceptions that are currently being tossed around by members of both sides of this hiring equation.  I wanted today to correct that notion by pointing out that this is not an English versus French idea but about the foundation of Fair-minded Government Hiring policies.  Statistics point out that the majority of the Canadian population is made up of predominantly English speaking people; yet access to good paying careers at all levels of government are restricted to those who are considered ‘bilingual’.  This in and of itself too is a rather tongue-in-cheek idea as most of us are aware that most often it is those Canadians who have an advanced knowledge of the French language who get these well paying jobs; despite the fact that there may be more qualified people who have applied to these jobs to begin with.

 

After writing to many politicians on this matter, I have received responses that do warrant mention here.  The majority of the politicians have pointed out that the hiring of candidates to government jobs in Canada are reflective of the laws in Canada; specifically those set out in the Public Service Employment Act.  After writing to the Honourable James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages about my observations concerning the Official Languages Act (OLA), my concerns were in turn then forwarded to the Honourable Tony Clement, P.C., M.P.

 

In an e-mail letter addressed to me on December 13, 2012 by the President of the Treasury Board of Canada, the Honourable Tony Clement P.C., M.P., commented on the Public Service Employment Act and how it applies to federal institutions:

 

The Public Service Employment Act requires that appointments be based on merit.  According to this criterion, candidates must meet the essential qualifications required for the work, and official languages are an integral part of these qualifications.

 

So we are back to square one here in Fair-government Hiring practices.  If the majority of the linguistic make up of the Canadian population are unilingual English, then how is it justifiable to hire candidates who are bilingual for much of our Canadian civil service?  Mr. Clement indicated above that, “official languages are an integral part of these qualifications” but the realistic situation we find ourselves in today is one whereby it is increasingly becoming the deal breaker or the one defining factor in determining the successful job candidate.

 

So at what point does it become our responsibility (the people of Canada) to change things for the better?  If our politicians attempt to justify the current hiring situation with references to our laws then I must ask when is it time for us to have these laws re-examined to reflect the wishes of us, the majority of Canadians?

 

How can there be By-Laws in our great country in the year 2012 that force entire townships to restrict business owners from advertising in the language of their choice?  And in turn, how can this issue then be turned down by the Highest Court of the land that neglects to even hear the case once it reaches this level?

 

Moreover, how is it come to pass that in a province of this great land a political party gets elected whose sole existence is to cause the break-up of Confederation?  And then, if this is not enough, to then turn around and to further alienate a large percentage of it’s already shackled populace by tightening the reigns once again through the increased restriction of it’s current unfair laws and the creation of new Draconian laws?

 

It’s long past due for us as a nation to have us, as her citizens, to collectively look in the mirror and decide if this is the Canada in which our forefathers envisioned.

Cory Cameron

Timmins, Ontario

Sunday December 16, 2012

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It is encouraging to see more people becoming concerned with our present federal governmen and the need for change, significant change. Remember it is a hard road to plough, some of us have been there. Also remember “you can take a horse to water but you cannot make it drink”.

Canada needs a good democratic government. We have lots of talent and resources etc. Its all there.
Quebec to be French only and the ROC English only or we get
rid of Quebec. Good luck.

Ken
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Ken

TO ALL PEOPLE OPPOSED TO MORE MANDATORY BILINGUALISM

Allegedly P.M.Harper is capitualting and will vote for Bill C-419

“”””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””
Globe and Mail, The (11/12/2012)
National News

LANGUAGE
Internal pressure forces Tories to support bilingual bill

Daniel Leblanc

Ottawa ONT – The Harper government has bowed to internal pressures and agreed to support an NDP bill that will force all new officers of Parliament to be fluently bilingual.
“””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””
EXXPRESS YOUR ANGER AND DISAPPOINTMENT

Write now:
To: Harper.S@parl.gc.ca
Cc: moore.j@parl.gc.ca; info@guylauzon.ca

stellabystarlight
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stellabystarlight

Jamie….I didn’t mean to offend anyone…..just expressing how I and many others feel. Jamie…..you must be kidding me when you say I should post with my real name…..my real name has been posted a zillion times “Julie Lecompte” Have you not paid attention to highlanders blogs? Furthermore (I know some smartass will run with this comment) but I am not a statistical person, never was and never will be……my thing is the humanistic side of things. That being said, I am not into the BS of it all…like in who could find the most videos or could could best demonize… Read more »

bella-b
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bella-b

Please!?!? Seriously, you think the english posters are more negative than the other side? What paper are you reading? Yes stella, look at the archives. Have you not noticed the english posters that have disappeared due to your insulting name calling and degrading comments? I have read your insults and put downs. Just recently actually. and your villifications in french are still there to be seen too. I really did find the answer to my question. surprise surprise! And since when has the CTV become an underground anti quebec blog? What colour is the sky in your world?

hailey Brown
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hailey Brown

Admin, I agree with you about Stella, She is often merely argumentative and rarely is open to others opinions. I see you have now and in the past issues with anonymity. I am not sure if you are familiar with Oscar Wilde and some of his quotes but I think may apply here, “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth” Which is to say please do not put all the anonymous apples in the same basket as stella has been placed, some people merely cannot… Read more »

Eric
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Eric

Great points Admin. stellabystarlight, I do appreciate seeing your posts and have tried to understand the current push for more French. If you are here for the humanistic side, please consider this. A few people have been asking/demanding for laws that are like dominoes to a cause and separate services, so with the governments help, we are seeing segregation. Yes this has been touched on before, however, does Canada really want French people to have their own hospitals, schools and such? Probably not and we should have country wide consultations in a fair manner that represents our thinking and actual… Read more »

Highlander
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Highlander

stellabystarlight December 18, 2012 at 4:40 pm “Pierre…..I agree with you, the deck is stacked big time” -Of course it is Stella the majority of people do not believe in forced bilingualism. “Your refusal to post does not diminish you nor does it mean you lost your passion…..you simply got tired of the BS and that is understandable. We may lose on these blogs, but not to worry……..they may win the battle but won’t win the war.” -Oh stella the same people are posting its that they frequently change their moniker such as (Jeanne Holden)who changed 5 times or was… Read more »

tap tap
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tap tap

the struggle, here is about power.

Who ever controls the law making ,policiy making, and regualatory perimaters, controls to a great degree our lives.

Currently this power has shifed way too far to the francophones, and there is simply no justiiiiification for this,

Now we are pushing back, finally, and the proponents of forced bilinguaslism, doesn’t like it.

Its about time we have shedded our fear of political correctness and appeasement

Highlander
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Highlander

stellabystarlight December 18, 2012 at 10:29 pm “Furthermore (I know some smartass will run with this comment) but I am not a statistical person, never was and never will be……my thing is the humanistic side of things.” No kidding Stella facts are not your thing! If Hate propaganda/racist comments and misinformation is the Humanistic then there you are !!!!!!!!****s**** Oh Stella Pierre is not local why don’t you chastise him like James and others who are not local -You have said it yourself Quebec has nothing to do with it -Tell that to Pierre …that’s right your road(viewpoints) go only… Read more »

stellabystarlight
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stellabystarlight

Eric and Hailey….thank-you for your understanding. Question: Does highlander, yorlik, two Kens, concerned citizen2, lolochuck, mariah, Lou Israel, helga, rosie…and the list goes on, are those names real or considered anonymous? Just wondering. Eric….I truly understand the frustration of being turned down for a job. It’s the added drama that tends to take this debate to another level which is not conducive to a peaceful and united country. Can some laws be changed? Absolutely, but not to the detriment of another culture. Why can’t change be made without trying to seperate the country? Why aren’t the real problems addressed with… Read more »

Ken
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Ken

@admin
December 19, 2012 at 6:33 am
Quote: There should be language standards that apply coast to coast and have some semblance of fairness to them. I don’t apologize for that opinion. end quote.

With respect to you, I agree with highlander.
There shouldn’t be language standards, it is
tantamount to legislating and/or dictating the W5 just like mandatory bilingualism does now.
Maybe we misunderstood your statement, if so, please explain what you meant by standards.

Pierre
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Pierre

@ Admin
I don’t know what NGO organisations are but I think you’re wrong about government hiring practices being a total farce and grossly hypocritical linguistically.
Why apply language standards, cost to cost when bilingualism, for the anglophone is, basicaly, only important in Eastern Ontario and western Québec?

Pierre
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Pierre

@ ken 18 9:38 am
I told you so… But about Harper protecting is base?

hailey Brown
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hailey Brown

Stella can you define what you mean by “the detriment of another culture” and could you define what culture is facing the determent?

What this whole language issue resembles is UN resolution 181.

Highlander
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Highlander

stellabystarlight December 19, 2012 at 10:22 am ” Can some laws be changed? Absolutely, but not to the detriment of another culture. Why can’t change be made without trying to seperate the country?” What detriment???????-Equality simple as that! Is there something wrong with Equality? -If you are that concerned of separating the country -talk to the separatist -this is getting old -converse and complain to the SEPARATIST-SEPARATION = separatists. But Stella that’s not what this is about to you -its about maintenance of superiority through language. Otherwise why don’t you fight the separatists? Pierre December 19, 2012 at 11:27 am… Read more »

stellabystarlight
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stellabystarlight

Hailey…..my pleasure. You are fairly new here and perhaps are not aware that galganov was giving out pamphlets on how and why the french culture should be eliminated….like in, wiped off the face of the earth. For obvious reason, recently, the wording has been changed as they didn’t want their agenda to be so obvious to the general public. They can rebutt all they want…as they say the proof is in the pudding. They have been asked many times to download the pamphlet to this site or anywhere else so the public could decide for themselves. Guess what? They found… Read more »

Ken
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Ken

@Pierre, Very silly of youto mention you live in Aylmer, however, it does remind me of an incident that might help you to understand the people you seem to be protecting. Lets call it “Buying support, and votes, to promote the French takeover of government and ultimately ROC”. Several of my employees came from Aylmer, English and French and we got along very well together until my organisation was taken over by Francophone zealots in the mid seventies. One of my managers, lets call him “E”, was given a raise, and he thanked me, but I had no knowledge of… Read more »

stellabystarlight
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stellabystarlight

Highlander……how many times did you and your gang say…..”Let Quebec Leave” “We don’t Want Them Here” please….you should think before you post.

Eric
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Eric

stellabystarlight, we should issue real change, let’s start with funding. Continue safety nets, welfare for example to help people who really need it. Handouts for others though, need some real change. Suzanne Villeneuve over at the Centre Culturel de Cornwall says 10% of their funding is from the City, what about the rest. Trillium Foundation ( all Ontario Taxpayers paid for this which means Cornwall citizens get dinged twice) provided her with over 50,000 dollars to pay her salary. It is to promote the francophone culture only. If it was only one or 2 groups, it would be worthwhile though,… Read more »

Eric
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Eric

stellabystarlight, please ask Howard Galganov for the alleged pamphlets, this is getting way to silly. If the phamplets were that bad, would he not have been brought up on some kind of hate charge long ago?
To recap, ask the pudding master for the ingredients.

Eric
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Eric

Halley Brown, the difference with Canada and the United Nations, is we do not have “language” in our Charter and Canadian Human Rights Act. This allows French to proceed very quickly, as we now see. Some think it was done on purpose. http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/h-6/page-1.html Resolution 181: The Partition Resolution of 29 November 1947 On the 23rd day of September 1947, the General Assembly assigned the question of partitioning of Palestine to its Ad Hoc Committee. Another sub-committee was to study the proposal of establishing a unitary State in Palestine in which the Democratic Constitution would guarantee the human rights and fundamental… Read more »

Highlander
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Highlander

stellabystarlight December 19, 2012 at 12:44 pm “Highlander……how many times did you and your gang say…..”Let Quebec Leave” “We don’t Want Them Here” please….you should think before you post.” How many times have you told others to leave the area if they didn’t want to learn french? Quebec’s choice to leave but they are still part of my Canada. stellabystarlight December 19, 2012 at 12:37 pm “You are fairly new here and perhaps are not aware that galganov was giving out pamphlets on how and why the french culture should be eliminated….like in, wiped off the face of the earth.”… Read more »

Highlander
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Highlander

OPP names first bilingual branch

Wednesday, December

19, 2012

With a population that is 83 percent francophone, this announcement may not be too much of a surprise for the people in Hawkesbury.

The O-P-P detachment there is now the first in the province to be officially recognized as bilingual.

That designation comes from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services effective this month and covers all positions.

There are 58 in uniform and eight civilian.

-Surprise and the push continues -Soon what all OPP to be bilingual mark my words.

Is there a fully bilingual Quebec police force?

stellabystarlight
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stellabystarlight

Eric….I was just answering a question that was addressed to me. Happy you think that bringing up the pamphlet is silly……that is of great concern to many and they certainly have problem with it’s content. The bottom line is this: do what you feel must be done, but don’t try to get the entire nation involved because most in On. are not interested nor want the BS. What is truly gullible of this group is that they truly believe, that whan all is said and done, they will have the power to dictate on where and how our tax dollars… Read more »

stellabystarlight
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stellabystarlight

Pierre….imagine this!! I had a french friend upon her return from vacation was advised she no longer had a job. While away, she was replaced by an english person….isn’t that terrible!!! The english think they have problems……ha!

Highlander
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Highlander

stellabystarlight December 19, 2012 at 2:03 pm “The bottom line is this: do what you feel must be done, but don’t try to get the entire nation involved because most in On. are not interested nor want the BS” My English Hater have you addressed the separation issue with the separatists yet? Or would you prefer to protect YOUR privilege class? Cause that is what all the people see here -just ask them! My English Hater this is about Equality -no matter what your hate spins you put on it, it still remains the same -Equality no more no less.… Read more »

Ken
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Ken

@Eric There is not, and never was, a country named Palestine to partition. Palestinians is a name give to the people of the region over a thousand of years ago. In any event, we shouldn’t take our issues into the realm of U.N. resolutions, it serves no purpose and they (the U.N.) are pretty ineffective and useless. No doubt very inflated salaries for a lot of hot air. @Stella You are dreaming Cheri, so consumed by hate. FYI Thousands of Canadians, Anglophones and French, right across Canada are fully aware of what is taking place here, supportive and eager to… Read more »

Eric
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Eric

Highlander, as you note, the Ontario government is helping to push French across the province, for OPP or Courts. http://news.ontario.ca/mag/en/2012/11/making-it-easier-to-access-justice-in-french.html The entire nation needs to have a say stellabystarlight, they all pay for it. Few outside of Cornwall cared that electricity rates would skyrocket because of the industrial wind turbines / solar / green energy act. That is until the bills started arriving and it affected them personally. Unfortunately, fighting after the fact, is harder to do, but bringing the information to people to decide, has kept news media working for ever and people need to know. I would really… Read more »

Highlander
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Highlander

The momentum is in our favor: This forced bilingualism has occurred over 40 odd years,and government has been hiring disproportional to its population during this time period . All of this happening with impunity,so much is so wrong with how this has evolved that society will only demand change from this . All this evidence all saved by government records ,Stats Can and the list goes on,the impunity is what will drive the change. When one thinks they can get away with something they of course will push the limits and its those limits and abuse that people will take… Read more »

Highlander
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Highlander

Eric,
Let me see now all of Ontario has to provide bilingual court services no matter if it warrants it or NOT?

concerned citizen 2
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concerned citizen 2

Well apparently Stephen Harper doesn’t agree with the ENTIRE country being “bilingual”!

Thank you Stephen!!!!!

http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/12/19/does-every-cabinet-minister-need-to-be-bilingual-stephen-harper-says-no/

Highlander
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Highlander

Thank you Stephen Harper for understanding only a small percentage of people are bilingual and to have all senior positions in government bilingual is a disservice to all Canadians.

REPRESENTATION BY POPULATION is the only “fair “way of hiring!

Highlander
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Highlander

More pettiness from the language police:
Does it ever end with the ethnocentric value system there?

http://www.globalmontreal.com/video/tremblay+in+the+dark/video.html?v=2318264389&p=1&s=dd#stories

hailey Brown
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hailey Brown

Thanx Stella Have you seen the pamphlets? Has anyone here read it? If so someone should be able to post some of the content. Unfortunately right now it looks as though you are making up news without any proof. I doubt he would be trying and eliminate as it is a culture that truly no longer exists. Someone wrote here the language is only a portion of the culture and in Canada for the most part is dead. I have to agree with them just as does the country from which the culture originates. The language itself has been so… Read more »

Eric
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Eric

Highlander, it does look like some common sense will be used to address French needs in some areas. I am happy that they open a door for electronic means, which would allow our Admin’s recent comment on a central online video type facility, to be used. “As a starting point, MAG and other players in the justice system should adopt the following French language service objective: the choice to proceed in French must be offered at the earliest possible opportunity and, once the decision is made to proceed in French, it should not involve a greater cost or delay than… Read more »

highlander
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highlander

Hailey Brown December 20, 2012 at 5:23 am

” Have you seen the pamphlets? Has anyone here read it? If so someone should be able to post some of the content. Unfortunately right now it looks as though you are making up news without any proof.”

They Haven’t seen the recent pamphlets,but will comment anyways -yes making it up its called PROPAGANDA.

James Wolfe
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James Wolfe

Wake up people.!!! Remember-The liberals, NDP brought in a lot of this expensive nonsense, bilingualism ( code for forced French and government jobs for the french, only outside Quebec while Kebec bans our language and history, bills 22, 178, 101…), multiculturalism, the charter, phony rights this, rights that, phony green crap…all this big government, high taxes BS but the Conservatives have done nothing to repeal any of this crap federally or provincially. “Conservatives” have allowed all of these expensive, divisive liberal polices, and departments to remain. How come? Solution? Well only one folks – We need a new party, a… Read more »

Helga
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Helga

Eric, do you expect “common sense” from zealot francophones who push for French services just because they can, not because they need them, in the first place? This push to Frenchify justice system means that another large field of employment would be closed to anglos. In an analysis by the Department of Justice in 2009, it was revealed that a large proportion of justice stakeholders, especially judges, lawyers and notaries, have only a basic knowledge of both official languages, but that this is not the case for clerks, bailiffs, assistants, probation officers, etc. The ability to carry on a conversation… Read more »

Dot Fuhrman
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Dot Fuhrman

Cory Cameron said it correctly. Yes, my forefathers would be in shock if they saw our Canada today. How could one minority who does nto care for Canada take control and belittle English the number one language of the world. They contribute nothing to our country but their French culuture, dying French language and yet they get over 60% of the transfer payments and 50% of the monies for Canada Day July 1 which they ignore. There is a terrible injustice going on here and 87% of the population is helpless because no political power has the guts to correct… Read more »

Pierre
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Pierre

@ james wolfe
Things need to be cut… you mean people don’t you… People have to be cut. people are things, right. Nice guy, you are?
Capitalism only brings the top class in the top country up…
Not good enough for me.

Pierre
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Pierre

@ elga
What you are saying is that anglos are to dumb to learn a second language.
I disagree and, so do the governments of Canada and of Québec.
You, anglos are lucky. You just have to pass the test to be hired then you can work in english.
The bilingual franco’s have to pass the same bilingual test but, then, has to work in english. And, better not have an accent, or else…

Pierre
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Pierre

@dot furham
You’re wrong to say that one minority who does’nt care for Canada take control and belittle english.
No francophone, be they Québécois or franco canadians, even the most commeted separatists do not belittle the english language.
The english language may be the no1 international language but, the french language is not dying. Anyways wahat we are dealing with here is domestic languages.
Québécois pay federal taxes, the same as the anglos. Yes, Québec does recieve transfer payments and equalisation payments but, so do 7 other provinces. Why do you single out only Québec?
Racism,maybe?

edudyorlik
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As for census information this article should open some eyes.. http://www2.macleans.ca/2010/05/31/how-do-you-say-conspiracy-in-french/ It was written, “Yes, Québec does recieve transfer payments and equalisation payments but, so do 7 other provinces. Why do you single out only Québec?” Yes well, Quebec is singled out because they are cheating and lying according to these two stories i have posted here and if you want MORE PROOF watch this video from counter 2:50 on where Danny Williams ( a well respected politician) spells out how Quebec and Quebec Hydro rip off Canadians as well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJygUIcWYFw Then this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5H8WCbueNs PS: Those skewed numbers from… Read more »

edudyorlik
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Oh and, speaking of proof Pierre. ON December 21, 2012 at 8:03 pm Pierre wrote to bill. “Québec was the only one who had a language police but they haven’t been heard of in a decade” Then ON December 22, 2012 at 1:14 pm Pierre wrote to Rosie, “Well Rosie, you’re wrong. They are not the language police. I told you, they have not been active in a decade. And, I don’t believe that you could go on Rosie.” Well I can “go on” Pierre. And, as a matter of fact I have more of this PROOF if you want… Read more »

Helen
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Helen

According to my info, Harper et al have been persuaded to support the latest Bill on bilingualism in Parliament because of some threats by Maxime Bernier and Christian Paradis to resurect the Separation issue. It is a source of great astonishment to me that we have elected such weaklings that would allow someone who cannot even be trusted to properly care for our government documents to influence their decision. Add to that the fact that these French MPs belong to a society that cannot even support itself to the standard of the ROC but have to be fed by the… Read more »

Awakened Anglo
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Awakened Anglo

I cannot understand why Harper brought Maxim Bernier into his Cabinet. I cannot stand this narcissist.

How could we expect Harper do any changes to bilingualism if he is so susceptible to blackmail from those Quebecois quislings? Kick the pair from Cabinet for sedition and let them organize separation. Separation…lol. If Rene Levesque, Lucien Bouchard, Jacques Parizeau and Pauline Marois could not convince Quebeckers to separate, impotent Bernier should just shut up.

Edudyorlik
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I can hear those crickets a chirping away with regard to my proof re: Langauge police there Pierre…

I guess it’s just that you’re busy over the holidays. Bill, Rosie and I will wait for you to get back to let us know you were wrong 🙂

highlander
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highlander

Awakened Anglo December 26, 2012 at 10:33 pm

Awakened they are the province that cry’s wolf ,but we all know the welfare province will not leave ,hell they can’t afford to go it alone without the rest of Canada paying the tab.

The welfare province has cried wolf too many times and the rest of Canada see’s it as just the opportunity to extort more money for the failing province.