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Cultural diversity and Quebec’s common public culture

Imposed secularization, state appropriation of public education and multicultural orthodoxy do not augur well for coping with “deep cultural diversity "(Caldwell). [From Inroads 28, 2011]
by Gary Caldwell


What did the polls tell us?

Claire Durand takes a look at the polls to break down the 2008 Canadian Election [From Inroads 24, 2009]
by Claire Durand



And now, the aftermath

Canadian politics after the election, the near-coalition and the change in Liberal leadership. [From Inroads 25, 2009]
by Henry Milner

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Battle on the Plains 
of Abraham cancelled

In the end, the reenactment of the battle on the Plains had to be cancelled to prevent another battle. [From Inroads 25, 2009]
by Louisa Blair



Quebec’s surprising economic performance

The myth of a lagging Quebec doesn’t stand up to the facts. [From Inroads 24, 2009]
by Pierre Fortin


Francophone immigration 
beyond the Bilingual Belt

As a journalist, Graham Fraser could be critical of Canada’s language policy, but he did find a bright spot: attracting francophone immigrants to bolster the francophone minorities outside Quebec. [From Inroads 23, 2008]
by Charles Castonguay



Linguistic peace: a time to take stock

Statistics Canada’s release of 2006 census data on language brought forth a number of reactions, particularly in Quebec. [From Inroads 23, 2008]
by Linda Cardinal


Quebec politics after the ADQ breakthrough

An introduction by Henry Milner of five key insiders who share their observations about a Quebec election that was, in a number of ways, unprecedented [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by Henry Milner



From the Melting Pot to Reasonable Accommodation

An introduction by Bob Chodos on the Reasonable Accommodation section of Issue 22 [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by Bob Chodos


Quebec Liberals and the Quebec identity

John Parisella gives an insider's reflection on the Liberal Party of Quebec [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by John Parisella



Individuals as actors in their own civic life

Why voters with young families supported the ADQ, and how to get them back [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by Camil Bouchard

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Rupture or moderation?

Bryan Breguet and François Vaillancourt take a look at ADQ’s social and economic policies [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by Francois Vaillancourt


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Bouchard-Taylor and nation-building

Lurking behind reasonable accommodation in the commission’s consultation document, Seeking Common Ground, are issues relating to nation-building in Quebec. [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by Alan Cairns

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The Quebec language question is back

From Saint-Léonard to the Bouchard-Taylor Commission [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by Christian Rioux



Seeking common ground

Gérard Bouchard and Charles Taylor offer an overview of the origin and practice of accommodation [From Inroads 22, 2008]
by Gerard Bouchard


Arriving at a clear-eyed vision of Quebec

"We are concerned.” So begins a nine-page document that attracted a good deal of attention last fall in Quebec. [Issue 19, 2006]
by André Pratte


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Seeing Quebec with clear eyes

Intro to Quebec section of Issue 19 [Issue 19, 2006]
by Henry Milner


Manifesto for a Quebec 
based on solidarity

A group of 12 public figures in Quebec recently published a manifesto calling for a “clear-eyed vision” of Quebec. [Issue 19, 2006]
by Henry Milner