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Vive le Quebec libre, 50 years later

HISTORY (Troy Media) There was a swift response to Charles de Gaulle’s intrusion into Canadian affairs during the centennial summer of 50 years ago

System that rewards status Indians is spectacularly unfair

POLITICS (Troy Media) And things will get a whole lot worse – and costly – as more and more people are added to the list of entitled

Trump’s milk shake puts Canada’s dairy industry on notice

CHARLEBOIS (Troy Media) Canada’s dairy farmers are about to pay a heavy price for Ottawa’s lack of leadership. Dramatic changes are on the way on someone else’s terms

Getting snowed under in a political Potter’s field

POLITICS (Troy Media) The fault isn’t with Quebec society. It’s with a political world that utterly rejects that it must bear responsibility when hundreds are stranded in a storm

Why French Canadians have a right to be offended

POLITICS (Troy Media) The Andrew Potter incident should be viewed from the perspective of an ongoing pattern of anglophones marginalizing francophones

Andrew Potter, Maclean’s and the loss of academic freedom

TAUBE (Troy Media) His departure from McGill was a terrible moment for the talented columnist and editor – and a disgrace to one of Canada’s oldest institutions of higher learning

Repair Quebec’s finances by better controlling government pay

POLITICS (Troy Media) Quebec needs to enact measures that link the wages and benefits of government employees to similar positions in the private sector

Canada will regret laying out the welcome mat

MACFADYEN (Troy Media) No country can remain an intact social entity if it abandons control over who comes, how many come and what’s expected of them once they come

Deeper deficits spurred by increases in public school spending

EDUCATION (Troy Media) Provincial governments have been spending more money to educate a smaller number of students

The never-ending saga of medical user fees in Quebec

HEALTH (Troy Media) The new ban on user fees is a step forward, but much uncertainty remains about how the province will ensure quality care for everyone

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