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Exodus: La Belle Province May Yet Find It’s Redemption After All

April 15th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Exodus: La Belle Province May Yet Find It’s Redemption After All
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Quebec lost nearly 600,000 people to other provinces in 45 years: Fraser Institute

The study suggests that 1.652 million Quebecers moved out of the province while 1.069 million moved in over the 45-year period.

Well, wouldn’t you know it , there is a time for everything to suggest what going down memory lane with DON MACPHERSON who reminds us;

“Many also still have vivid memories of the gut-wrenching last 10 days or so of the 1995 sovereignty referendum, when it looked as though they would lose things that might suddenly have meant more to them than they had realized.

So it wouldn’t be surprising if many weren’t looking forward with delight to the election on Sept. 4 of a Parti Québécois government spoiling for fights with Quebec’s minorities and, in order to create conditions for another referendum, with Ottawa.

As the election approaches and the PQ maintains its lead in the polls, there have already been stories in the newspapers about prospective buyers holding off on making offers on homes in the Montreal area until after the election.”

However, the return may be well overdue as Ontario is facing a bigger problem than any fiscal hawk could ever wish to entangle themselves in, as Lorrie Goldstein points out the horrible conditions facing Ontarian’s with sky high debts levels “into the world’s most indebted sub-sovereign borrower (meaning a borrower that is not a national government), is not a pathway to prosperity.”

Public debt used in financially responsible ways — like building public infrastructure such as hospitals, schools, roads and public transit — is a valid government policy, like using a mortgage to pay off a home.

But hiking public debt by 125% with no end in sight to annual deficits, which is what the Liberals have done since 2003, turning Ontario into the world’s most indebted sub-sovereign borrower (meaning a borrower that is not a national government), is not a pathway to prosperity.” 

Hopefully, Premier Coullaird has the enthusiasm to welcome our close neighbor to boost our limping construction sector out of the winter blues.

 

Quebec Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard, left, kisses his wife Suzanne Pilote after giving his victory speech, Monday, April 7, 2014 in St-Felicien Que. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot

Photo O Canada/Quebec Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard, left, kisses his wife Suzanne Pilote after giving his victory speech, Monday, April 7, 2014 in St-Felicien Que. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot

 

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