Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Roy Romanow gives it to Harper on Charter of Rights and Freedoms

"Prime Minister Stephen Harper is on “the wrong side of history” by failing to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms to avoid stirring up lingering resentment in Quebec, says former Saskatchewan premier Roy Romanow.

“I’m saddened a bit that the prime minister would not recognize it as an important contribution to Canada’s nation-building, an articulation of our values and our responsibilities," he said. "However, he’s entitled to his point of view."



I fully agree with Mr.Romanow. Harper's statement is idiotic and misguided to say the least.

Read the full story at CBC.

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