As opposed the drive for cultural retention in Quebec, the destiny of English Canada is to be relegated to the trash bin of Canadian history.

by Brad Salzberg

April 23, 2023

It’s a topic fully eschewed by establishment media in Canada. We speak of the unspoken– a comparison between a push for cultural retention in French Canada, as opposed to the heritage of what is decreasingly known as English Canada.

The latter being a term not once spoken of by PM Justin Trudeau during the eight-year period he has retained control over our country. In contrast, any Canadian worth their salt is aware of the fight for cultural retention in French Canada.

The term “distinct society” was invented as a description for Quebec by Jean Lesage,  provincial premier from 1960 to 1966.  According to the Canadian Encyclopedia, the concept of distinct society “distinguishes Quebec from English Canada.”

The concept originated during the Quiet Revolution, at a time when French Canada came to no longer be seen as a single entity, but as a collection of regional Francophone communities. It is found in the 1965 preliminary report of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism shared by Laurendeau and Dunton.

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