The supremacy of Quebec will come under Trudeau

The young Trudeau, for all his curly hair and obvious charm, has stated that he is a Quebecer first.

Editor: I was delighted and relieved to read the excellent letter (The Times, Aug. 6) by Chris Humphrey, in which he recalled the damage inflicted upon the majority of Canadians by the late Pierre Trudeau. He forced a minority language to have equal value as that spoken by the great majority.

Not that there is anything wrong with speaking two languages, but that legislation has ensured that Quebecers have dominance in obtaining public service jobs and being admitted to the senior ranks of the military, in addition to getting the lion’s share of tax dollars in their status as a “have-not” province.

The young Trudeau, for all his curly hair and obvious charm, has stated that he is a Quebecer first. This statement has been glossed over by the Liberal hierarchy and now seems to be forgotten.

However, if he is in power, I have no doubt that Justin Trudeau will ensure that Quebec will be the province that gains the most of everything from the Canadian federation.

Mike Harvey,

Langley