Pauline Marois speaks about English voters





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Published on Jul 31, 2012

Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois speaks about why the English voter should consider the PQ in the upcoming Quebec election during a press conference in Montreal on Tuesday July 31, 2012. Video by Allen McInnis.

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Lisa Lavie
Screw the PQ... looking forward to voting liberal on the 7th.
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kats peter
"The Parti-Québécoise respects the English community" Does she really think the English community is also damn Stupid??? Her hate is backfiring to the point of humiliating all Quebecers, Franco or Anglo we look like world wide losers.
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Sparkie Doo
Open to the anglos, OPEN!! Hey dear god, she finally lost it..
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Anti Sacrifice
maybe you think your some kind of internet warrior but what ever you think no 1 care and no 1 will ever listen to you because you aint shit
I think you hear and understand only what you want to. Sorry to wake you up from your dream, but the time is now for you to understand something that is reality and to REMEMBER : Québec is NO LONGER a bilingual province, it is a french province and always will it be. What is your problem with the fact that we fight to keep our language and our culture in our territory ? Don't consider Montréal as the whole population of Québec province, explore further, Québec is a FRENCH PROVINCE, son.
You sir, are an idiot. Equating the open warfare of the Tamil Tigers and protesting Quebec separatists is like saying bell peppers are as hot as habanero peppers.
Further proof that you are a complete moron.
Marco Sisti
NO, read the Charte de la Langue Francaise. It says French is the OFFICIAL language of Quebec, not the ONLY one. The clause ONLY OFFICIAL LANGUAGE was struck down by the Supreme Court of Canada... Read before writing crap!
As far as I know, both French & English are the official languages of Canada.It's a bilingual nation ! 
Vincent Lagrange
You don't understand our linguistic reality. In North America, French is like David and English is like Goliath. That means that English is strong and dominant so French needs protection to ensure a battle of equals. Montreal is the most bilingual and trilingual city of North America. 50% of allophones in Quebec speak 3 different languages: French, English plus their mother tongue. Personnally, I am Quebecois and I am trilingual: French, English and Spanish. How many languages do you master?
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