Four Types Of People Fuelling The Language Debate

In Summer, the sun will shine. In the Fall, leaves will turn colours and will eventually cover the ground. In winter in Canada, in Quebec, snow will fall and will allow us to enjoy winter sports… as we will be swearing each time we have to shovel. In Spring, trees and flowers will blossom and everything that spent months dormant will awaken. Those are certainties of the seasons living in every province in Canada, including Quebec. But in that province, there’s one more perennial that keep coming out each and every year and it happens at the NHL Draft or shortly after: the francophone debate about the Montreal Canadiens.

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Debunking Some Misconceptions About The New Habs With Research

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known by his pen name Mark Twain, was known as “the father of American literature”. While he passed in 1910, a year after the Montreal Canadiens first saw the ice, his quotes plaster the internet to this date. A true philosopher, a man of wisdom, he is still an inspiration to this date. Amongst his many great quotes, he once said: “The trouble with the world is not that people know too little; it’s that they know too many things that just aren’t so.”

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