Saturday, October 22, 2005
Why Joe Clark was wrong
Quebeckers would split almost evenly on the 1995 referendum question, but would overwhelmingly reject secession honestly described: according to an October 2005 Gregg poll .
Reasonable Canadians accept that Francophone Quebecois will always consider Quebec their homeland and the source of their primary loyalty. Reasonable Quebecois recognize that secession has far more costs than benefits. We can both live with that, as long as we can speak frankly.