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Do we even care about education?

Do people in the province of Quebec even care about education? The CAQ want to make pre-kindergarten free (but not mandatory) for 4-year-olds. It may sound good, but don't be fooled. We dream of more better schools, but we put in power a party that promises to invest in the construction and renovation of schools... Continue Reading →

Fleeing violence and environmental disasters

We are living through stressful times. Reading the news feels awful, but turning our backs to the issues isn't going to help solve them. The "CAQ" exploited the fear of immigration with tests of values, threats of expulsion and an inability to support his proposals on facts. Their party used fear to manipulate public opinion,... Continue Reading →

Your voice matter, but you need to use it

Your voice matter, unfortunately abstaining from voting isn't sending a message, it silencing your voice. There is literally nothing to win by not voting. Let's get real, governments are complacent when it comes to voting participation. As long as those who vote elect them, it doesn't really matter who didn't bother to show up. Many... Continue Reading →

Quebec Elections 2018

The political debates is coming to an end and the Quebec elections are about to go to the voting stations. There are many important subject that haven't been given enough time or light in each platforms. Feminists are disappointed, environmentalists are disappointed, the only ones who are not disappointed are the the ones who love... Continue Reading →

Actions speak louder than words

At this point, I don't know if we stand a chance at fighting climate change and saving our planet, but I sure won't stop trying and pushing for it. Actions speak louder than words. If a government claims to be an ecologist, it can not encourage the oil companies to develop to infinity, yet that... Continue Reading →

I stand behind Colin Kaepernick

I'm Canadian and I stand behind Colin Kaepernick. I don't understand why people are so mad about an individual taking a knee during the national anthem to protest the injustice associated with police brutality directed at black people. I'm really perplexed by the irony in this controversy. The flag of the United States of America... Continue Reading →

Bastille Day – The French National Holiday

Today, we join with France in celebrating Bastille Day to commemorate the Storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, sparked the French Revolution that led to the establishment of democracy in that nation. The Bastille was a medieval fortress-prison in Paris which held a large cache of ammunition and gunpowder. It also held political prisoners whose... Continue Reading →

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