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Grant a special status for the city of Montreal.

Montreal has been in an economic decline since the 1970s. Quebec referendums, restrictive language laws, divisive attitudes, and the government’s denial of Montreal’s bilingualism have all contributed to the city’s decline, instability, and discouragement of foreign investment. This is detrimental to the Quebec economy, as Montreal contributes about 65% of provincial tax revenues. We aim to change these conditions with our petition.

We are calling upon Montrealers of all linguistic, ethnic and social backgrounds who support a special status for their city. The petition urges the Premier of Quebec, to issue self-governance to the City of Montreal over its economic, linguistic and cultural policies, in order to establish attractive conditions for growth and prosperity. #empowerMTL
Sign the petition online!

Invitation from CRITIQ: Friday Town Hall Meeting

Dear CRITIQ member,

On Friday, October 25, from 7-9 pm., The Gazette and News Talk Radio CJAD 800 will host a Town Hall meeting with Montreal’s four mayoral candidates at Concordia University’s Oscar Peterson Concert Hall (on the Loyola Campus – 7141 Sherbrooke Street West).

Doors open at 6:30. This event is free and open to the public. CRITIQ will be there and we invite all our members to join us as the candidates weigh-in on a variety of topics.

Keep an eye out for us. We’ll be handing out pins.

October 23rd, 2013|Blog, Newsletter|0 Comments|