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A Surreal Proposal
Quebec needs more immigrants, but Pauline Marois now proposes only those able to speak French be allowed to enjoy full status here, including the right to run for office, although non-"citizens" of Quebec could apparently still vote.
This hare-brained scheme is the policy equivalent of a soap bubble; it won't hold up even long enough to be studied. What about unilingual anglophone immigrants from, say, Nova Scotia? Would they be citizens of Canada but not of Quebec? What about landed immigrants from, say, Germany via Ontario? What court would entertain this for a second?

This proposal is nonsense, as is talk about a Quebec constitution. Dabbling in the absurd and the surreal is what put the Parti Québécois in third place. We hope they keep it up.
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