September 23, 2023

The Queens County Citizen

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Canada continues Universal Expo

Canada continues Universal Expo

Tomorrow, 55 years after the Terre des Hommes, is Expo Day!

Are you going to celebrate?

There are national pavilions everywhere! All over the country!

Italy, Pakistan, Colombia, Turkey, India, First Nations’ Pavilion.

And, of course, Quebec.

Are you going to wear your hunting vest? Your fur coat? Your snowshoes?

A day full of activities!

This is Canada in 2022.

Continuous international exposure.

Done, a country founded by two people! This is old history, all of it, a story from before the flood!

Now, with Justin, it’s Expo 67 all year long! The Folk Festival!

Each ethnic group occupies a small square in the larger post-national quilt.

Here are the activities featured throughout the day at the Quebec Pavilion…

9am: The entire CAQ deputation sings Canada’s national anthem – but watch out! Only in French! After all, CAQ is a nationalist party!

9:30 am: A choir of emerging artists from Quebec sings Very beautiful tunes In Two languages, withElectric guitar And the drums. Shake your shitMove it, it’s Quebec funk, Yes yes !

A portrait up to date Youth of Quebec!

10:30 am: The much awaited return to the country! After half a century of silence, one of the most popular groups of the 1970s, Eaton’s Vielles Anglais, returns to the stage with Les Petits Cashiers from Tim Hortons! In the event, popular success You are Sonofabich, speak English !

11 am: “Bonjour/Hi: Bilingualism, an unequaled strike force!” Louis-Jean Cormier’s lecture on “.

12:00 pm: Meet at Cabane a Sucre for a taste of the typical Quebecois cuisine that Quebecers eat every day! Chris’s ears! Pea soup! And a tourlouch d’Astourne in its pelota, with a well-dismembered crostillon!

2 pm: The best of of Francos Montreal, Quebec’s largest French festival !

3:00 pm: After heartfelt remarks by Governor General Mary Simon, CN CEO Tracy Robinson and Air Canada CEO Michael S. Rousseau, Justin Trudeau tours the Quebec Pavilion in a dog-drawn sleigh.

4 pm: Demonstration against Acts 21 and 96 by The English Montreal School Board and The McGill Student Association for Diversity.

5 pm: Canadian flag salute with Bernard Drainville and Caroline St-Hilaire.

6 pm: Quebec workshop hitting Hosted by commentators from National PostFrom Toronto Sun And Globe & Mail.

“Just like there are hundreds of words to say “snow” in Inuktitut, there are 253 ways to call Quebecers racist in English! Come and share the joy ! Fun for the whole family ! ⁇

10 pm: Fireworks and mass prayer for the PQ to continue its fall in the polls.

It will be an unforgettable day! It’s going to be a great day !