Montreal ‘“ and Quebec along with it ‘“ is increasingly an economic wasteland.
The real power lies in the bloated civil service (and its union comrades) that regulates every aspect of Quebecers’ lives.
Canada’s GDP growth is expected to lead all G7 nations in the next 50 years, but no thanks to Quebec.
While feeling justified in their battle for lower tuition rates, the students’ victory will be short lived at best, and Pyrrhic at worse.
If Charest had won a 4th term, it would have guaranteed the PQ a majority the next time.
A large swath of the province has finally recognized and acknowledged the mockery Quebec has become.
The faculties that have opted to strike are not those that are known for their thorough grasp of economic concepts.
Canada has the opportunity to be a major player in resolving the conflict, not only in Uganda but in the region as a whole.