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    Funny news !

    In July 2012 edition of 'L'actualité' a french magazine in Quebec about the news in general...

    You will find the following quote from (Quebec's premier) J. Charest taken from his auto-biography (no kidding) when he was the president of the students at his school.

    Translation :
    "I have to admit that I didn't study much that year [...] We were organizing strikes [...] It was for me a way to learn [...] to solve conflicts, to listen, to find solutions and contest decisions also when we (the students) had to say no [...]"

    No sh!t !

    A real Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois of the past ?

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    Quebec government didn’t care about corruption ?
    http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/p...-whistleblower

    Wow ! I sincerely thought it was only all about unions and contractors !
    I was even on the impression that Unions were paying the students to go on the streets and f*ck up the Charbonneau inquiry so that they could get away with corruptions !

    I'm so shocked I was sure the students were only brats while my gov. was honestly trying to make sure that I don't pay all their tuition fees with my taxes ! I was sure that our public money was safe with this Liberal gov.

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    And here's another small chapter of the corruption system in place in Quebec.
    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...284/story.html

    And to think that Charest's gov. didn't want to publish his report.
    Mmmm... so strange

    How frustrated they must be at the students for waiting to potest in August not to draw the attention away from this inquiry !
    Can't wait to hear names in the gov. pop up ! Just wait and see...

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    Tada ! here is the proof that the Libs as well as the PQ (most probably also) were using scams to get dirty money as election money !
    http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/do...-elections.php

    And Charest to say that "he will make the proper adjustements !"
    Too late !

    We now have only the proof and nothing but the proof that corruption is coming from the top !
    Only a sucker (suceux de balustre) can still believe otherwise !

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    This is a direct result of Lévesque's PQ campaign finance bill back in the 70's. After all, if you cut off legitimate money going to politicians, you basically ensure that they will take dirty money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnhenrygalt View Post
    After all, if you cut off legitimate money going to politicians, you basically ensure that they will take dirty money.
    All the same, it's called Corruption and even if it's not at the scale of the Libs, I'm sure the PQ does it.

    Corruption doesn't = democracy !
    This gov. = sh!t bags !

    So anyone supporting this gov. is supporting corruption now !

    No matter how you call it !

    A pig is a pig !

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    Here's a list of some of those 'contractors' with who some in the gov. know very, 'very well' !
    http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/do...compagnies.php

    And it's just the tip of the Iceberg !

    Can't wait to see Canada giving anymore lessons on democracy to other countries !
    Even to the US which we used to bitch at !
    We're no better and it's clear that it's not just in Quebec with all the corruption we saw in Ontario, Alberta, and at the federal level in Ottawa, so far !

    Way to go ! Le plus meilleur pays !

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    They are now using terms like a 'cartel'.
    http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/qu...t-chez-lui.php

    This part of the article is funny :

    Rappelons que le mois dernier, dans le cadre d'une autre enquête de l'UPAC, l'Escouade Marteau a arrêté l'entrepreneur Normand Trudel, pour une histoire de corruption à Mascouche. En 2008, Normand Trudel avait organisé un cocktail de financement du PLQ chez lui, à Terrebonne. L'invité d'honneur était Jean Charest. Quelque 100 000$ y ont été amassés pour la caisse du PLQ

    Oups ! once again !!!

    And now the libs got kicked in the a... again by Duchesneau !
    A guy (who with his unit) saved over 347Millions to Quebec while costing only 2.
    http://journalmetro.com/actualites/n...squa-lautomne/

    Anyway ! it shows once again how this gov. doesn't want the truth to be told.

    As if it was a big surprise now, they will start over only in september, just about the time after the next elections will be over.

    They are buying time once again... and to hear our beloved Charest saying they are 'pure as the driven snow' !
    It's Fuckin' hilarious !

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    Looks like TO wants to give us a lesson in Quebec on how to spend money in the education..
    http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/daily...183755965.html

    "$143 to install a pencil sharpener and almost $3,000 for an electrical outlet on a school library wall. In latter case, the job took four hours but the board was billed for 76 hours work."

    Hahahahah !

    No wonder they bitch about students in Quebec who doesn't want to pay for stupid sh!t like this...
    They're addicted in wasting their money ! For them it's normal to get f*cked ... by their gov.

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    So now Charest's gov. is back at lending $58Millions to the Asbestos Jeffrey Mine once again to get Victoriaville's voters.
    When everyone in the world but the people in Victoriaville and Thedford Mines wanted this mine to close once and for all.

    No matter if it kills people... Libs will do just about anything to keep their puppet.

    Pure freakin' demagogy !

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    Even in India where Quebec is selling this sh!t...

    MaCleans.ca
    Thursday, April 29, 2010 12:19pm
    "An Indian workers’ rights group sent a vitriolic letter to Jean Charest this week, accusing the Quebec premier of disregarding the health of Indian workers by promoting the use of asbestos in India. Charest, wrote Mohit Gupta of the Occupational & Environmental Health Network of India, is demonstrating “profound apathy, bordering on racism, towards the workers and communities in India.” The reason: it exports its asbestos to India, one of the world’s largest markets for the stuff, largely because the known carcinogen can’t be used in North America."

    Some facts :
    To date, 52 countries have banned asbestos. It is a cancer-causing product, and we have known so since the 1950s. The tiny fibres, when inhaled, can cause lung cancer, mesothelioma and asbestosis.

    In Canada, the "white gold" was once used liberally, in everything from pipe insulation to car brakes, modelling clay to talcum powder.
    As a result, we have one of the highest rates of asbestos-related cancer in the world. In Quebec, asbestos is responsible for half of all workplace-related deaths.

    Domestically, the use of asbestos is now strictly regulated under the Hazardous Products Act. We go to great lengths and much expense to remove it from public buildings, including Parliament and 24 Sussex Dr.

    Yet Canada allows - and actively promotes - the export of asbestos. Ottawa even opposes the inclusion of asbestos in the Rotterdam Convention, a treaty on the use of hazardous substances.

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