The Vaticinations of Tubbidamus

Canada hasn’t noticed, but Quebec nationalism is coming back
The independence of Quebec has not been much raised in the campaign, but the implications of the emerging voting patterns assure it will re-emerge
–Lord Tubby of Fleet, National Post, Sept. 28, 2018.

Once a powerhouse of the Quebec sovereignty movement, the PQ lost its official party status Monday night as its seat count plunged to less than a dozen.
–Global News, Oct. 1, 2018.

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3 comments on “The Vaticinations of Tubbidamus
  1. Mbourrie says:

    Gotta come down on the side of Black on this one. The election of CAQ is hardly a warm hug to the rest of Canada and seems to be a repudiation of touchy-feely diversity ideals in the ROC. Probably won’t be any referendum, but this is not a good day for Shiny.

  2. daveS says:

    And have you seen the megaphones of Quebec Solidaire!? They won’t be silent.

  3. Sarwood says:

    Plus ca change, plus ca meme chose.
    I think that means Quebeckers chose change.

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