21275 Lakeshore Road
Ste-Anne de Bellevue

www.johnabbott.qc.ca


SINCE 1963
CITY EDITION
IN OCTOBER
3333 Cote-de-Liesse, St-Laurent
(between Decarie and Acadie circles)
(514)748-7777
OPEN
HOUSE
Saturday,
November 14 th
from 12 p.m.-4 p.m.
For all your decorating needs
WILSON: A CONTRIVED LANGUAGE WAR. AGAIN! PAGE 17
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OCTOBER 28, 2009
Q U E B E C ? S L A R G E S T E N G L I S H W E E K L Y N E W S P A P E R
EDITORIAL
Your vote counts!
Vote Tremblay!
We have one message for you, our
readers, about the Montreal mayoralty
race. Your vote counts, more than
ever! And it could not have happened
at a better time because this is the
most important Mayor?s race of your
lives.
? Page 16
Happy
Halloween!
Watch out for
all those little
ghosts and
goblins this
weekend.
TRENDS
Running away to the
circus... sort of
SERVING: COTE ST LUC ? HAMPSTEAD ? TMR ? MONTREAL WEST ? ST-LAURENT ? CHOMEDEY
Three years
ago, Karine
Arseneault was a
marketing and
communications
executive for RJR
MacDonald who
saw her career
prospects shrinking
in the face of
anti-tobacco laws.
? Page 23
EDITORIAL
The Supreme Court decision is
NO JUSTICE at all
The freedom to choose is the heart of
a free society. It is the object lesson
in the difference between liberty and
tyranny. What we must defend is the
sovereignty of individual choice.
Last Thursday the Supreme Court of
Canada not only compromised that freedom
? it compromised it?s own integrity.
By ruling that Quebec?s Bill 104 was
unconstitutional on the grounds that it
breached minority language rights protected
by Sec.23 of the Canadian Charter
of Rights and Freedoms, but then delaying
the executability of its own judgment
for a year in order to give the Quebec government
time to find a more palatable
method of breaching those self-same
rights, the Court politicized itself to the
point of self-abnegation.
The Supreme court justices unanimously
recognized that the Charter
guaranteed minority-language education
See NO JUSTICE, page 10
Tyler to Charest:
?Let?s reach
consensus on
school access
law?
By Joel Goldenberg
The Suburban
All those involved in challenging the
Quebec school access law Bill 104 and the
Quebec Government should ideally get
together and come to a consensus on a new
law, rather than subjecting the parents
involved to a further lengthy review of their
cases by Quebec?s Education Ministry.
The Supreme Court ruled last Thursday
that Bill 104, which prevents parents from
using the private English school route as a
FOR MORE SUBURBAN COVERAGE, INCLUDING PAST EDITIONS, VISIT WWW.THESUBURBAN.COM
See ACCESS, page 3

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