We mighta' known.
... at Concordia, a much more politicized and left-leaning population than the generally more bourgeois constituency at McGill, almost a quarter –12,000 of 45,000 -– were out, but only a small number of actual classes were disrupted, unlike at the franco colleges.
... McGill estimated only 40 – yes, forty – students out of 38,000 were on strike and no classes had been disrupted.
... When political tensions arise, it’s all about culture. Guillotines were a French invention. There’s more than a little nostalgie de la boue in the Montreal air these days.
Friday, May 25, 2012
The problem with Quebec is ...?
... the French. Barbara Kay: