Canada Kicks Ass
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Elvis @ Sat Nov 25, 2006 7:23 am

There is alway trouble when something mean something different to differents people. Here are quote from Jean Charest(PLQ) M.Valois(PQ), Mario dumont(ADQ), Lawrence Cannon(PCC)

PLQ

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La déclaration de Stephen Harper n’est pas que symbolique, selon lui. « Cela a un impact. Il arrive que les tribunaux tiennent compte d’une déclaration comme celle-là dans l’interprétation de nos lois », a-t-il expliqué.

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Le premier ministre Charest est d'avis que cette prise de position de la part du gouvernement canadien dépasse le caractère purement symbolique.

Il s'est dit persuadé qu'elle pourrait, par exemple, modifier à l'avenir l'interprétation donnée aux lois, et surtout «la façon dont les Québécois vont entrevoir leur avenir, puisque cette reconnaissance de la nation que nous sommes, c'est une façon pour nous d'occuper toute la place qui nous revient, à la fois au Canada et ailleurs dans le monde»
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PQ
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«Pourquoi le premier ministre du Canada n'a-t-il pas tout simplement dit: oui, je prends acte que le Québec forme une nation», s'est interrogé M. Valois.

Il a ajouté que la motion présentée par M. Harper n'avait aucune portée légale et qu'une telle reconnaissance, pour avoir une quelconque valeur, devait s'accompagner de pouvoirs.

Est-ce que ce geste «va déboucher sur quelque chose de concret pour le Québec?»

ADQ
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Mario Dumont estime que la décision du premier ministre Stephen Harper de reconnaître la nation québécoise pave la voie à des discussions qui permettraient de revoir le cadre fédéral à la satisfaction du Québec.

Interrogé jeudi matin à Montréal, M. Dumont a qualifié ce geste de très positif, tout en admettant qu'il n'avait pas, en soi, de portée constitutionnelle.

En contrepartie, il a dit croire que cela pouvait mener à des discussions sur des sujets concrets tels l'encadrement du pouvoir fédéral de dépenser, le rapatriement d'outils permettant au Québec d'assurer son développement ou la limitation des empiètements fédéraux dans les juridictions québécoises.


PCC and PLC

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Le lieutenant québécois de Stephen Harper, Lawrence Cannon, a admis jeudi que la motion du gouvernement reconnaissant la nation québécoise était purement symbolique.

"Il y a pas de conséquence juridique à cette reconnaissance-là", a-t-il déclaré à sa sortie de la Chambre des communes. "On n'en est pas à une demande constitutionnelle."


Has for the PLC as long as it mean nothing they are for it.

Now let's imagine a press conference with Stephane Harper and Jean Charest. Do you think that journalist wil not point those difference out?

And do you really think that the "Québecois" will accept such nonsens?

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MGX @ Sat Nov 25, 2006 5:35 pm

Can you explain to me why you think its a good idea for Quebec to separate from the rest of Canada? I don't understand how this will benefit your country economically and socially.

   



hwacker @ Sat Nov 25, 2006 6:15 pm

MGX MGX:
Can you explain to me why you think its a good idea for Quebec to separate from the rest of Canada? I don't understand how this will benefit your country economically and socially.


Don't try logic with him, he thinks the world revolves around the French. Let them go, 3 years from now they will be a slum of unemployed bums and welfare seekers. Too bad Canada won't be there to hand out the cash.

The USA buys Quebec and outlaws the French language within a week of the purchase. Oh the irony, I love it.

   



Clogeroo @ Sat Nov 25, 2006 7:33 pm

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Don't try logic with him, he thinks the world revolves around the French. Let them go, 3 years from now they will be a slum of unemployed bums and welfare seekers. Too bad Canada won't be there to hand out the cash.

The USA buys Quebec and outlaws the French language within a week of the purchase. Oh the irony, I love it.

Well I don't think Quebec will run into the ground they aren’t Mexico or anything. Being separate they would get back whatever they pay to the feds for their province. But as they currently stand they would have to make some budget cuts to be able to stay afloat and not to mention pay the interest for their debt. So their social programmes and benefits people were using I could see being removed then people will probably be upset about that. After a while some people will begin saying we should have just stayed with Canada and maybe realising it wasn't so bad. Many will probably immigrate possibly to Canada or the United States seeking better fortunes there. Maybe after a while it would stabilise but I doubt it will be any grander as a country than when it was a province if anything it could actually be worse. I don’t think Canada would ever take them back. Even for a moment it was considered it would be under far different conditions. I can't see them joining the United States but you never know.

   



Knoss @ Sat Nov 25, 2006 9:12 pm

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Well I don't think Quebec will run into the ground they aren’t Mexico or anything. Being separate they would get back whatever they pay to the feds for their province. But as they currently stand they would have to make some budget cuts to be able to stay afloat and not to mention pay the interest for their debt. So their social programmes and benefits people were using I could see being removed then people will probably be upset about that. After a while some people will begin saying we should have just stayed with Canada and maybe realising it wasn't so bad. Many will probably immigrate possibly to Canada or the United States seeking better fortunes there. Maybe after a while it would stabilise but I doubt it will be any grander as a country than when it was a province if anything it could actually be worse. I don’t think Canada would ever take them back. Even for a moment it was considered it would be under far different conditions. I can't see them joining the United States but you never know.



Perhaps they would turn ultra capitalist like New Zealand.

   



SJ-24 @ Tue Dec 12, 2006 2:57 pm

Good friend of mine lives in New Zealand and one of the biggest problems they are having is the young are leaving as soon as they can....Kind of like what will happen when Quebec seperates. All those socialist will be left alone as the young leave for what's left of Canada and the USA. Imagine the look of fear in their eyes when they realize the talent is leaving to work where the dollar is actually worth more than 10 cents and the healthcare system is actually a system instead of a dream.

Anyway, let them force the election. Everyone knows the parliment will once again be a minority and we'll be back at the polls within the year spending anthoer $35,000,000 on voting the Conservatives back in. Sometimes the Canadian mind can be amusing! :roll:

   



Elvis @ Tue Dec 12, 2006 3:32 pm

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Good friend of mine lives in New Zealand and one of the biggest problems they are having is the young are leaving as soon as they can....

Why are they leaving Ruez?

   



Duplessis @ Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:51 am

I really dont understand why people around Canada still think we need them to rule our own province. If a Province in Canada show the rest of the country how to be responsible and deal with their own people .... This is Québec!

I will say more .... We create Canada a long time ago with Ontario so ....

   



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