LTE: Chris Cameron of Cornwall Ontario – Bill 14 is A Canadian Human Rights tragedy!

LTE: Chris Cameron of Cornwall Ontario –   Bill 14 is A Canadian Human Rights tragedy!
Ontario & Quebec Canadians demand that Marois cease efforts to criminalize English language
Ontario & Quebec Canadians demand that Marois cease efforts to criminalize English language

Language Fairness for All Stands in Solidarity for Anglophone Quebec Canadians against Bill 14’s Double-standard

We as Canadians consider ourselves a fair and just society and often through diplomatic and military measures encourage and or enforce fair treatment of oppressed people abroad.

With our fair and just society promoting people’s rights abroad, why has our country permitted Quebec’s Bill 14 and its human rights violations?

Bill 14 is basically Bill 101 on steroids and its’extensive 33 pages of amendments of the French Language Charter and and Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms, is a slap in the face to people who believe in fairness.

I had the great opportunity to go to Montreal on Sunday Feb 17 and attend the protest rally against Bill 14 and meet many patriotic Quebec Canadians.

The rally drew approximately 400 people, many with signs denouncing Bill 14 and its potential impact on society. To me this was a proud moment when people stood up for their rights.

These people love their province but not the politics of the present government and their policies of division through language policies. Discrimination was a word frequently heard at the rally.

To those who, like me until recently, do not know the impact of Bill 14, I will address a small portion of these three areas: Human Rights, Education, Employers.

HUMAN RIGHTS:

UNDER THE CHARTER OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE -PREAMBLE

“Whereas the National Assembly intends to pursue this objective in a spirit of fairness and open-mindedness, respectful of the institutions of the English-speaking community of Québec, and respectful of the ethnic minorities, whose valuable contribution to the development of Québec it readily acknowledges”

Bill 14 changes “ETHNIC MINORITIES ” to Cultural communities -The changes may not seem like much but they are big changes.

Ethnicity and Minorities are defined under the Canadian charter of rights and under so their rights are covered .

#56-Whereas the rights and freedoms of the human person are inseparable from the rights and freedoms of others and from the common well-being-“AND FROM THE COMMON WELL- BEING “BILL 14 removes.

Under the QUEBEC CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS
#10 Every person has a right to full and equal recognition and exercise of his human rights and freedoms, without distinction, exclusion or preference based on race, colour, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, civil status, age except as provided by law, religion, political convictions, language, ethnic or national origin, social condition, a handicap or the use of any means to palliate a handicap.

Please take special note with regards to equal recognition of ethnicity and language and without distinction,clearly having recognized one language and the oppression of the English language in Quebec violates more then one of the charter of human rights.

EDUCATION:
#58-Every person has a right, to the extent and according to the standards provided for by law, to free public education. Bill 14 amends at the end of this statement “every person has a right to receive such education in French”

-One must consider what is omitted here – So people do not have a right to receive an education in English?

#30 No Secondary Education or Diploma of College may be issued to a student who does not have a specified knowledge of spoken and written French as required by the minister of education.

#35 The professional orders shall not issue permits except to persons whose knowledge of the official language is appropriate to the practice of their profession with the completion of prescribed French courses.

Children’s enrollment in primary and secondary school must be in French unless proof is provided that one parent received their education in English only in the province of Quebec.

EMPLOYERS :
#47-An employer is PROHIBITED from requiring that a person have knowledge of a language other than French unless the nature of the person’s duties with the employer requires such knowledge.

#125.3-The employer must publicize the name of the person responsible for Francization within the enterprise as well and submit the linguistic situation analysis and reports and submit through ministers office forms.

#175-As part of inspection the person may examine any products goods labeling displays and take measurements to verify compliance.

Inspectors may require the production of any book, account, record, file or other documents for examination or for the purpose of making copies or extracts.

The inspector may seize anything which he or she believes on reasonable grounds may prove the commission of an offence under this act or the regulations.

#177-If the Office is of the opinion that this Act or a Regulation under this Act has been contravened, it shall refer the matter to the Director of CRIMINAL and Penal Prosecutions so that appropriate penal proceedings may be instituted where required.

This is but a few of the large number of stricter regulations put forward in bill 14.

I found this one comment to be very interesting and saw it a number of times -ref#32 ” The language policy shall specify the conditions and circumstances in which a language other than French may be used in accordance with the act, while emphasizing the importance of setting an example and of PREVENTING WIDESPREAD INSTITUTIONAL BILINGUALISM.”

In closing, after the Rally I had the opportunity to video record three presenters who spoke at the rally and had the opportunity for a one on one.

The speakers in were:

Hugo Shebbeare of the Quebec Office Of The English Language:

Norbert Bedouch -media contact of unity group and V.P of Equality Party

Mark Bergeron -leader of the Equality Party

All three gave their perspective on the Bill 14 Rally and how since the Morois Separatist Government has been elected, many not-so-nice changes have occurred.












Some have given personal perspectives on their treatment. The videos will certainly provide better insight into how these proud Quebec Canadians feel and why they stand up against oppression. It was an honour for me to stand with them .

Take care my fellow Canadians

Christopher Cameron

 

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@Pierre Thank you for your comments Pierre, I want to confirm that I am not and never will be an anglo. I look at History always from the viewpoint of the victors and the vanquished, as we know that history is written by the victors so need to get both sides. I was taught this by my history teacher who was a Battle of Britain spitfire pilot. I was fortunate to be taught in an enlightened age, where i had to understand European history from the dark ages to the present, and the dark ages were so termed because education… Read more »
Pierre
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@ highlander You’re such a blind xenophobe fool. Stop saying, I deny what I do not deny, and try opening your mind when you read a post or anything else. No province except, maybe NB, has widespread institutionalized bilingualism. 150 countries in the world have language laws. Of course, I agree with the segregation of students in school busses if it helps the kids, french or english, to get a better grip on their first language. That does not make me ethnocentric. Refusing to help the french language to survive, in East Ontario, or anywhere, in Canada, makes you ethnocentric… Read more »
Eric
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It is very silly of me or anyone to think there is no government social engineering going on, the increase in job ads for bilingual staffing just appeared. When you have a government office like the French Language Commissioner in Ontario with a direct cost of 869,000 dollars, going on speaking tours telling people to demand French everywhere you go, bilingual ads just appear. When you have a few dozen language coordinators going from department to department advising on how to make their departments more French, bilingual ads just appear. When you have an entire 5 million dollar department devoted… Read more »
Highlander
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Pierre March 13, 2013 at 9:45 am “Of course, I agree with the segregation of students in school busses if it helps the kids, french or english, to get a better grip on their first language. That does not make me ethnocentric.” There you have it people if we are multiple cultures to thrive together why Segregate them and yes Pierre that is Ethnocentrism. How would you feel if there was English only clinic’s that refuse French patients? How do you feel of segregation people is it right to do it ? What next separate bathrooms and health institutions -oh… Read more »
peter
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@ richard Like most french that deny facts you are wrong richard. saku Koivu was vilified in the french press, and this was extended to the fans when he assumed the capitancy of Montreal . he was NOT french ENOUGH I have an exrtremely well placed source in the NHL that attested to this. it was NEVER made public, because we all know how thefrench would react to any truth about their precious language. Just look at mayor gendron in Hi\untington quebec. Similarly, the same is true of one off the most respected people in hockey Ranady Cunneyworth. He was… Read more »
Eric
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These 5,000 people may not believe your statement Richard “No province except, maybe NB, has widespread institutionalized bilingualism.”
http://www.petitiononline.com/ottawa/petition.html

The above petition is closed. Current petitions are here:
http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/stop-the-official-languages-policy-in-canada.html
and here:
http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/petition-for-a-referendum-on-official-bilingualism-in-c.html

Pierre
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@ Steven I did not say that your version of the battle of the Plains of Abraham is incorrect. It’s difficult to be incorrect on that one. Wolfe won. Point final. To me, Canada’s history starts after that and it’s that history, that I believe, you may not have grasped in it’s totality. You see, as it is important to learn the events, their dates, the names of those behind those events, etc. that make up history, it is even more important to understand the spirit of behind those events. I hope I’m explaining this clearly because it is the… Read more »
edudyorlik
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@ Richared and Pierre… All I can say is… DOUBLE SPEAK. Look it up… – Here’s one … The leader of the “Nation” du Quebec stands to address a gathering of the citizens in that “Nation”, which language does the leader speak? The leader of Canada stands to address a gathering of the citizens of that Nation, which language does the leader speak? The answer, some (you know who you are) might offer, is… Well, since Quebec (the province) is 80% French the leader should address the gathering of its citizenship in the common language of the majority — French… Read more »
Highlander
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You see Richard active (real people) not party driven ,this is how the people need to be represented ,vote on bilingualism

Nobody had a say when it was implemented in fact there was a parliamentary study that advised against it because it would cause inequity (SURPRISE) yet the government never allowed the people to vote on it and implemented it!!
Oh by the way that parties voter base was in Quebec,I guess there was never any influence peddling there ,ya right!(La corruption province).

stephen
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The French and the Anglos have coexisted and like most acquantancies have come together when Canada need them to – 1812, 1867. I understand that it is hard to debate a sensitive issue, however i have to take issue with a couple of things Pierre: 1) In your second reply you stated ” I did not say that your version of the battle was incorrect” no you stated “it was pure unadulterated rubbish”, and that you had never read it anywhere. 2) Bosnia, you have taken my example of what happens when language rights are confronted and turns into over… Read more »
Highlander
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Pierre March 13, 2013 at 12:07 pm “The governments of Québec are not everreaching their mandate or using language as their weapon of choice (you would have to explain that one to me). They are only responding to the francophone majority’s wish and protecting their first language.” I guess those 60 countries that their media got involved in pasta gate were all wrong? ALL of those countries thought it as the government overstepping their mandate -but go ahead Pierre live in your own little bigoted world -the reality is that those 60 different countries believed the Fascist government of Quebec… Read more »
Edudyorlik
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@stephen RE: post on March 13, 2013 at 8:22 am Great post Stephen. I especially like this part… “by enacting laws to keep French at the forefront, rather than accepting that people will use it through want rather than bills, that the Quebec parliament is doing a disservice to the rest of Canada, but more importantly to Quebec itself.” – @Pierre RE: post on March 13, 2013 at 9:45 am You have not even a clue of the depth of despair from whence you come. – Phrases like, “I agree with the segregation” AND “help the french language to survive”… Read more »
concerned citizen 2
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@ Pierre

I feel sorry for you because you have been brainwashed by your Quebec ETHNOCENTRIC government…

Your ideals are racist & I can NOT believe we we’re both born in the same country.

I truly hope Quebec separates because I do no want to be associated with your type of mentality.

I believe in equally for ALL people, not just my English roots.

Richard tremblay
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HS9dbVL7PKk

– this doesn’t sound like someone that was hated.

Richard tremblay
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Although I rarely agree with stephen harper, I will agree with him on one thing, the importance of learning the countries two official languages. The man makes it a point to translate himself every comment when interviewed and although most of the time it’s complete crap, he translates it well. He made it a point early on in his political life to learn french. Now if only he could add up numbers as well as translate his own thoughts our country would be in better shape.

Rosie
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Highlander March 13, 2013 at 11:20 “It is up to the individual cultures to ensure that their language and culture survives and not the state to dictate what language/culture is to be artificially supported at the cost of other cultures” Exactly good example of just that follows: The Akwesasne Freedom School (AFS) was founded in 1979 by Mohawk parents concerned with the lack of cultural and linguistic services available in local public schools. As an independent elementary school, AFS has existed on a shoestring budget for over 25 years. In 1985, the parents who administer the school made a historic… Read more »
edudyorlik
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@Pierre RE: March 12, 2013 at 9:43 pm post. Pierre wrote, “@ spara Québec does not have the 5th largest deficit in the world. That’s a lie.” Well Pierre, as with most of the un-flattering things that spew from you, calling what spara brought to your attention about Quebec having the 5th largest deficit “a lie” was not very nice. You knew she meant to say 5th largest debt which in fact is pretty much the same thing in the end. But, don’t believe me, Montreal economic institute made this very clear for all of us. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tS1BghY0MW4 Course, the one… Read more »
edudyorlik
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New rant video ready…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FXHE6AAk1I

Enjoy 🙂

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Pierre
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@ Steven I don’t find it hard to discuss sensitive issues with intelligent/open-minded people but, it’s impossible to discuss these issues with xenophobic, ethnophobic bone-heads who can only (intentionaly or not) misinterpret reality. So, allow me, to further explain those three things I have written that you say, you take issue with. 1) I said that we agreed that Wolfe had won the battle of the Plains of Abraham but, what, I said, was pure unadulterated rubbish was the opinion, that the Canadians had been allowed to keep their assets, simply because of British kindness, as you had stated. No… Read more »
Edudyorlik
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Yeah Pierre except that you accused someone of lying but, the FACT is — Quebecs debt — is — 5th highest when compared to other “real” nations. The proof is in the video. Just ONE MORE of area where you have been proven WRONG.

Highlander
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Pierre March 14, 2013 at 11:48 am “I don’t find it hard to discuss sensitive issues with intelligent/open-minded people but, it’s impossible to discuss these issues with xenophobic, ethnophobic bone-heads who can only (intentionaly or not) misinterpret reality.” Wow Pierre we all feel the same and this does define you rather well. But we can back up what we say -you have yet to do this and really name calling (boneheads) that is the lowest denominator a person has when they have lost the debate! “A bone head, is a Canadian who refuses to learn the other official language, and… Read more »
Highlander
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Edudyorlik March 14, 2013 at 3:01 pm “Yeah Pierre except that you accused someone of lying but, the FACT is — Quebecs debt — is — 5th highest when compared to other “real” nations. The proof is in the video. Just ONE MORE of area where you have been proven WRONG.” For ONCE I would like to see him prove something right ,I think he must be getting used to being proven wrong . Sadly even when he is proven wrong SOOOO many times he won’t except it as his indoctrination and blind faith in his fascist government will not… Read more »
Edudyorlik
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Yeah Highlander. It’s a shame in a way because i actually used to believe it was A GOOD THING to provide services to the French in this country. Seeing as we share this country. I even went out with my buddies to march around with my candle and sign when the 95 referendum was happening to let them know we wanted Canada to STAY AS ONE. BUT… (A HUGE BUT) NO MORE. “THEY” have pushed me and provoked with their incessant more more more attitude into feeling like i don’t want them to have one single more inch of ANYTHING… Read more »
Jane Doe
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Mr Cameron it is not a Canadian disaster nor a QC disaster.. Quebecers are not stupid nor is the Bar assoc of QC..

http://www.cjad.com/CJADLocalNews/entry.aspx?BlogEntryID=10530426&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

and the French version

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/quebec-canada/politique-quebecoise/201304/12/01-4640425-la-nouvelle-loi-101-creera-de-lincertitude-previent-le-barreau.php

I have not fear that QC will be fine 🙂

stellabystarlight
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cameron wrote: One must consider what is omitted here – So people do not have a right to receive an education in English?

Give your head a shake…….of course people have the right to english education it is an official language of Canada along with French

Cory Cameron
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Great work Edudyorlik, Highlander.

Edudyorlik, have you sent these videos to Peter? I’m just concerned to ensure that these videos make it to the international community; specifically the United States to ensure they see it.

Thanks.

Richard tremblay
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terrorism, war, famine, yes the national community would jump on this subject, bilingualism, which equals to less then 1% Poor little majority being oppressed. Its not the fact that language is better then merit, its just that without language there is no communication. And, if language is one of the requirements, why apply ? You guys are blaming everything on language, frustrating. IS the recent winter storm because of language ? Think of this, ever since corey didn’t get a hospital job, he has been bad mouthing the hospital for months now. MAN, did they ever dodge a bullet.
highlander
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stellabystarlight April 12, 2013 at 4:56 pm ” Give your head a shake…….of course people have the right to english education it is an official language of Canada along with French ” Really only with very strict limitations ! Even the Quebec Bar association agree’s that bill 14 violates human rights ! Now what would you think if Ontario passed similar bills that oppressed francophones? I thought not ,buts its excepted in Quebec in the protection of a language which really isn’t endangered -welcome to fascism yes in our country. Good intentions do not warrant oppression of others ,socialism very… Read more »
Rosie
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@ Richard “Think of this, ever since corey didn’t get a hospital job, he has been bad mouthing the hospital for months now. MAN, did they ever dodge a bullet”.

It was not Cory who applied for the job at the hospital Richard. You had better go back and review.

Pierre
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@Jane Doe
What the Qyébec bar association commented on was only a first draft of Bill 14.
I had said from the beginning that the final draft would be much more palatable. Nothing to worry about except that it’s food for the Québec haters.

Highlander
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Richard tremblay April 12, 2013 at 6:48 pm “terrorism, war, famine, yes the national community would jump on this subject, bilingualism, which equals to less then 1% Poor little majority being oppressed. Its not the fact that language is better then merit, its just that without language there is no communication.” If the issue is not that important to the international community -what was the issue with pastagate? Poor little majority being oppressed? Actually anglo/allophones are a minority in Quebec and you saying this speaks voulumes of your apathy towards minorities. If language not better then merit as you say… Read more »
highlander
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Pierre April 12, 2013 at 10:01 pm “I had said from the beginning that the final draft would be much more palatable. Nothing to worry about except that it’s food for the Québec haters.” Legislating oppressive language laws is never palatable! As for Quebec haters ,its Quebec that brings this upon them as their Fascist laws only encourage people who are informed to be discusted with them. Pierre you believe in these oppressive laws and that says much of you . Would you agree if Ontario had such laws with their francophone minority? My guess is you would not ,yet… Read more »
Cory Cameron
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“@ Richard “Think of this, ever since corey didn’t get a hospital job, he has been bad mouthing the hospital for months now. MAN, did they ever dodge a bullet”. It was not Cory who applied for the job at the hospital Richard. You had better go back and review.” Hahahahhaha. Thanks for pointing this out Rosie, because I wasn’t about to waste my time doing so! The only question that remains lurking in my mind is whether or not they actually believe what they type or if it is all just part of the planned ethnocentric thinking/behaviour towards the… Read more »
David Oldham
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Great to see that everyone has maintained their respective vim and vigor for this issue ! It will take a little time to catch up on everyone’s comments in the meantime how about last weekends Habs vs Bruins game ? After some refreshments at a certain establishment on the southeast corner of St. Catherines and Crescent we roamed the area in the aftermath of the game and I was quickly reminded why Montreal is my favourite Canadian city ! I felt perfectly safe uttering the words PASTA out loud empowered by the knowledge that when the Treasonous Separatist Individuals Without… Read more »
David Oldham
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@ COREY CAMERON During a six week period back and forth to a hospital in Ottawa the collection of blood on five separate occasions at the Cornwall hospital was completely rendered pointless due to gross incompetence of the department and its staff. The Ottawa hospital could not rely on any data that was supposed to be supplied by the Cornwall Hospital. An inquiry with doctors in Ottawa resulted in most of them simply rolling their eyes and acknowledging that competency was not a word associated with their experiences with the staff in Cornwall. Cory you are fortunate not to be… Read more »
stellabystarlight
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Why Richard got confused was because the two c brothers love to be in the spotlight, have their picture taken and of course love to picket and protest. Hard to differenciate one from the other…..

stellabystarlight
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There should be rules against posting TOO MANY PHOTOS…….it slows everything down to a crawl.

Highlander
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stellabystarlight April 13, 2013 at 8:13 am “Why Richard got confused was because the two c brothers love to be in the spotlight, have their picture taken and of course love to picket and protest. Hard to differenciate one from the other…..” Oh Stella never a nice word ,not a surprise you will in every attempt to make a group or people look bad . People that ask for Measurable,Fair and equitable approach to bilingualism. You keep stating that they are trying to separate The country but yet you befriend those who’s every attempt is to do just that .… Read more »
Cory Cameron
Guest

Some good news folks,

According to Heather Villeneuve’s facebook page, she has indeed found work in field!

Some good news for once.

Pierre
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@ highlander
There you go, twisting the truth again .
Stella does not befriend those who try to destroy the country.
YOU DO!
By siding with edudyorlik and c. cameron who often, openly declare they want to separate Canada and,
YOU DO!
By wanting to stop official bilingualism in the Federal parliament and FPS while pretending to want bilingualism where warrented… Which, although an unfinished work of art, is what we already have, in Canada and in Québec.
You fool, nobody!

highlander
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Pierre April 14, 2013 at 9:30 am Pierre the separatist she sides with you ! It’s the separatists that as a formed party that wishes to separate the country. Individuals may wish for Quebec to separate ,but they remain not a political party nor in power. Many Canadians wish for the welfare province to separate. ” By wanting to stop official bilingualism in the Federal parliament and FPS while pretending to want bilingualism where warrented… Which, although an unfinished work of art, is what we already have, in Canada and in Québec. You fool, nobody!” Reality check Pierre we do… Read more »
Debbie Cameron
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Time to decide Canadians, is Freedom worth fighting for????

http://www.galganov.com/editorials.asp?id=1561

Richard tremblay
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Howard galganov speaks perfect french yet he calls himself a francophobe. Howard galganov distributed pamphlets that promoted the extermination of the french language in eastern ontario. Howard galganov distributed signs that said boycott french owned stores. Yet, he’s your hero that promotes individual rights. The big G is as much for individual rights as Me and Jaime are underwear models.

concerned citizen 2
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For your viewing enjoyment:

A Maudit Anglais by Kevin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NpLISr6f4-M#at=24

Highlander
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concerned citizen 2
July 23, 2013 at 7:48 pm

Thanks concerned citizen ,may the truth make us laugh even in adversity.

Highlander
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This warrants s repeating: Your comment is awaiting moderation. You want proof that “official bilingual status” creates a different class sytsems within government…..take a look ! http://www.csf.gouv.on.ca/en/articles/4488 It has been a few months since I published a series of blog posts on the topic of designation. A brief reminder, the designation of an organization means a commitment and formal recognition of its ability to provide French-language services. A designated agency or program provides its supplier with legal immunity that protects it from changes in the economic and political climate. Montfort Hospital is an excellent example of this advantage; it was… Read more »
Debbie Cameron
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The plight of a Canadian living in Quebec, taken from FaceBook; “My name is Steve Karmazenuk and I was put on trial, accused of uttering death threats and disseminating hate speech on my Facebook and Twitter accounts, between September 4th and 6th, against then-Premier-Elect Pauline Marois. I believe these charges as ridiculous as they are hypocritical, and today I must defend not only my innocence but my Constitutional right to freedom of expression. In Quebec, even an Anglophone has the right to speak his mind. I was forced to pleas guilty, and it has given me a criminal record that… Read more »
stellabystarlight
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A freedom fighter from FB wrote: War has been declared. It’s time we joined the fight.”

Isn’t that wonderful!!!! YES!!!! LET’S FIGHT THAT SOUNDS GREAT!!!! if THE MIDDLE EAST CAN DO IT, WHY CAN’T WE?

Of course I didn’t read all the BS, the last line was enough.

One can’t give too much credit to the article when it comes from FB page……….

stellabystarlight
Guest

Having to kill some time, I decided to read steve’s FB PAGE

Steve wrote: My intent in making those posts that led me to be here today was not to incite violence, to threaten violence or to encourage discrimination; nor do I believe that my words reflect any such intent, which is why I stand by them.

Then closes his message with this comment:

War has been declared. It’s time we joined the fight.”

Enough said.

Highlander
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stellabystarlight July 25, 2013 at 6:51 am “Isn’t that wonderful!!!! YES!!!! LET’S FIGHT THAT SOUNDS GREAT!!!! if THE MIDDLE EAST CAN DO IT, WHY CAN’T WE? Of course I didn’t read all the BS, the last line was enough.” But of course you didn’t read it all ,but took particular notice to: War has been declared. It’s time we joined the fight.( its a metaphor )Stella and he stated if you read the entire comment and not used the last words for your propaganda: “My intent in making those posts that led me to be here today was not to… Read more »
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