Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Liberal-Separatist Coalition In Quebec: Firewall
The Free ride for the Liberal-Separatists in Quebec is losing its cachet. Only twenty-five seats are available to the Federal parties as the rest continue to vote against a united Canada for the regional French language separatist party.
Liberals and NDP that are interested in a united Canada.
As a result of the majority of seats not being available in Quebec, the Atlantic Premiers are gaining ground against Quebec in their attempt block trade, commerce.
Dexter said premiers can’t allow the narrow interests of their own provinces to get in the way of what is good for other regions and the country.
"The reality is that when good things happen for Quebec, it is seen as a triumph of federalism. But when good things can happen for other regions, they are seen as an affront for Quebec, and that just cannot be the case," Dexter said. "For them to try and stand in the way of something that would be of great benefit to our region, I think, defeats the very reason for our existence as a federated country."