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    Canada Day

    Have a good Canada Day. In Drummondville they changed the name of the celebration to " A day for families in Canada " They thought a new theme would bring out more Quebeckers.
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    Its canada day? Ah.... Tough it was the national moving day
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    a very happy canada to all.

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    Happy Moving and Canada day to all
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    Happy Canada Day to everyone.
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    Sorry to tell you but Canada day is over and I did not see any single canadian flag in Québec City today!
    But funny news, Harper wants to make a super Canada Day for the 150 th anniversary of the Confederation in 2017. Obviously he will be all forgotten by then! Nevertheless, I don't expect to see any more canadian flags on that occasion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grosbaton View Post
    Sorry to tell you but Canada day is over and I did not see any single canadian flag in Québec City today!
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    Normal... quebec is majorly franco, and franco-quebecois don't care about this day at all... All they care is "hey... paid day that i don't have to work... cool"

    In Montreal there may have been some, but again i doubt the tons of immigrants care much about it as well..
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    Halloween Mike, I can understand where you pseudo comes from. You are a real clown when making this kind of statement about french people. And on top of that you don't seem to like immigrants either. Poor you! Maybe you should claim refugee status to some other country...where there will be no french, and no immigrants. Good luck.

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    Thanks, but Québec will always be french and with a lot of immigrants wishing to learn and to live in french. Still realizing that Québec represents a small french minority in an English north american majority and that all our kids should be equally educated in both languages to make them proud and strong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grosbaton View Post
    Halloween Mike, I can understand where you pseudo comes from. You are a real clown when making this kind of statement about french people.
    Not sure whats your problem is, mais ta peut-etre pas compris que je suis french justemet. Mes chums sont french, ma famille est french, pis yen a pas un qui en a quelque chose a battre du canada day... Ces une journee de congé payer, alors bin sur tout le monde veut la gardé, en plus si tu change de logement le 1 juillet tu peut le faire sans avoir a prendre un conge sans solde. Mais je t'assure que 80% des franco-quebecois s en balance la casquette de la "fete national canadienne" et tu verra pas grand monde celebrer sa. Yen a ces sur, ces comme les comic qui se promene avec des calotte ou des chandails de boston... juste pour attirer l attention, faire chier les "habs fan" mais yen a pas gros.

    As for immigrants, its relative, an immigrant who adapt and accept to live in quebec by our rules and our culture is all fine with me. But when they come here and hope to actually push there traditions and rules over our law and culture, then yeah i have trouble.

    I never judge anybody by the color of there skin, but how they behave. But sometimes yeah its easy to be short on the fuse when you see whats happening in the arabian countries... and how these peoples are brainwashed from nearly birth to become terrorists(i saw videos of 5 years old behind educated to hate everything that was not there tradition and laws)
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