Image via WikipediaQuebec opposes the Conservative government's democratic plan to democratically increase democratic representation in the House of Commons to under-represented provinces Ontario, BC and Alberta.
Let me get this straight.
Quebec isn't even sure it wants to be a part of Canada, yet in the face of a shrinking relative population insists that its current representation in the House be maintained?
Boo hoo hoo.
Meanwhile, the NDP appeasement campaign is in high gear:
Veteran NDP MP Joe Comartin argued that any redistribution must ensure that Quebec receives a minimum 25 per cent of the seats in that House, its traditional share. The NDP is now the dominant party in Quebec at the federal level.How can any reasonable Canadian oppose democratic reform that improves proportional representation?
If this keeps up, they should call themselves the New Anti-Democratic Party.