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Two solitudes protect and touch: On creating communities

North Hatley, July 15, 2012
Graham Fraser - Commissioner of Official Languages

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Footnote 1

Quoted in “The Last Saga of Hugh MacLennan,The Globe and Mail, May 18, 1985, p. B1

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Footnote 2

French is a must for Canadians,” in The Other Side of Hugh MacLennan: Selected Essays Old and New, edited by Elspeth Cameron, Toronto, Macmillan of Canada, 1978, p. 164.

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Footnote 3

An English-Speaking Quebecker Looks at Quebec,” in op. cit., p. 234.

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Footnote 4

Journal de Montréal, July 10, 2012

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Footnote 5

Pierre Côté, Québécois 101: Notre portrait en 25 traits, Québec Amérique, 2012, p. 183.

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