Québécois Nationalism: Its History and Federal Government’s Responses

In light of the recent 40th and 25th anniversaries of Quebec’s two referendums on sovereignty, which marked the tensest moments in Canada’s modern history, it is imperative to recount the past struggles of the country’s distinct society as well as … Continue reading Québécois Nationalism: Its History and Federal Government’s Responses

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The Contribution of the Filles Du Roi in The Creation of Quebec, Canada

For centuries, Quebec, Canada has achieved great cultural significance to the preservation of a unique representation of people. In this article, we will discover the roots of this dignified state and how it came to be. With themes like sacrifice, … Continue reading The Contribution of the Filles Du Roi in The Creation of Quebec, Canada

Protesters stand outside Quebec Premier François Legault's downtown Montreal office on June 17, 2019 to denounce the adoption of Bill 21.

Quebec’s Law 21: A Violation of the Social Contract Theories of John Locke and Thomas Hobbes

What is Social Contract Theory in Philosophy and Law? According to the Social Contract Theory, the emergence of laws, governance, and morality necessitates a transaction of reciprocity, equality, and consent, known as the rule of law.  Therein, individuals are expected … Continue reading Quebec’s Law 21: A Violation of the Social Contract Theories of John Locke and Thomas Hobbes

Travel Guide: Discover Scenic National Parks and Quaint Charming Towns of Quebec

Despite being primarily known for its French roots and impressive cuisine, there is much more to the Canadian province of Quebec than meets the eye. Quebec is also famously known for its historic cities of Montreal and Quebec city, however, … Continue reading Travel Guide: Discover Scenic National Parks and Quaint Charming Towns of Quebec

Visit Montréal: City of History, Culture, and Pride!

Nestled in Quebec’s southwestern region, Montréal is not only one of Canada’s largest cities, but also one of its most dynamic. Aside from Paris, Montréal is the second largest French speaking city throughout the entire globe. With an expanding population of over 1.7 million people, a range of prominent seasons, and a unique cultural background, Montréal is rightfully considered one of Canada’s best cities for partying, exploration, and travel. Montréal is a dear city to me, as I spent a month of winter 2017 in the household of native residents, as part of a cultural exchange. Not only was this … Continue reading Visit Montréal: City of History, Culture, and Pride!