some people from quebec want to separate from canada. is this a good thing for our country or...
would it be a disaster.if they separate should all help be taken away?
I'm not sure how you guys up there feel about it but here in the states Texas wants the same thing and I say Good Luck and goodbye!
I'd let the Quebecois do as they wish. Most of them are not separatists actually so Quebec is not going anywhere, I would not attempt to speculate otherwise.
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
Why does Quebec want to separate from Canada?
by Credence2 5 years ago
No offense to those that call the "Volunteer State" home, but this is truly an outrage. Wasn't it in Tennessee where adherents to Islam were hassled when they wanted to buid a mosque? Are we still fixated on the period of the 'Scopes Trial'?The Right is always talking about...
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
The eight richest men in the world own half the world's wealth. This means that the other half is owned by 7.5 billion people. Oxfam, the British charity, which has been following the upward flow of wealth for the last decade says "‘This concentration of wealth at the top is holding back the...
by nightwork4 7 years ago
quebec has banned the kirpan from it's legislator, is this the right thing to do?there have been over a hundred injuries cause by the kirpan in the last 3 years in canada but the kirpan is claimed to be just a cerimonial dagger, does this make sense and is the ban justifiable?
by EWS 8 years ago
Why Does Quebec Want to Be Independent From the Rest of CanadaWhat does the city/province of Quebec have with Canada. Every time I look around they are trying to succeed. The government has always given into their every whim.
by Cindy Lawson 4 years ago
Do you think living an Amish lifestyle is a good thing?Do you think living an Amish lifestyle is great, or keeping young people from the real world as it is today (technology and all)? My concern would be that simple though the way of life is, the children are incredibly sheltered from basic...
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