17 June 2009

The Suburban: 'A hootenanny in any language'

most are nationalist, but most are not sovereignist (only 33% or less)

they can be manipulated, but sometimes they stand up for minorities (e.g., L'Affaire Bloodshot Stew)


“Bring in an African group, Vietnamese rappers or Finnish trombonists and we think it's cute. It's La FĂȘte nationale! Everyone is a Quebecer,” wrote Yves Boisvert in Monday's La Presse. “But an anglophone in a second-tier St. Jean show? What a repugnant idea...”

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