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Canada is an ongoing world fair

Canada is an ongoing world fair

Tomorrow, after 55 years of Terre des Hommes, it’s exhibition day!

Are you going to celebrate?

There will be national pavilions everywhere! all over the country!

Pavilion Italy, Pakistan, Colombia, Turkey, India, First Nations.

And of course Quebec.

Will you be wearing your hunting shirt? Your fur coat? Your snow boots?

A busy day!

This is Canada in 2022.

Continuous international exposure.

Over, the state founded by Shaaban! It’s ancient history, all of that, a story that goes back before the Flood!

Now, with Justin, it’s Expo 67 all year round! Folk festival!

Each ethnic group has a small square dedicated to it in a large post-national quilt.

Here are the activities that will be offered throughout the day at the Quebec Pavilion…

9 a.m.: CAQ representatives will sing the national anthem of Canada — but watch out! In French only! After all, CAQ is a nationalist party!

9:30 am: The Choir of Emerging Artists from Quebec will sing the most beautiful melodies in Both languages ​​withelectric guitar and drums. shit shitMove this thing, it’s Quebec funk, Yes Yes !

character board Until now Quebec youth!

10:30 am: The long-awaited return to the country! After a silence of half a century, Eton’s Vieilles Anglaises, one of the leading groups of the 1970s, will return to the stage, accompanied by Tim Hortons’ Les P’tits cashiers! On the famous program success Speak English, you are a sonovabic !

11 a.m.: Louis-Jean Cormier lecture on the topic “Good morning / Hello: Bilingual, unparalleled offensive power!” “.

12:00 PM: Meet in Cabane à sucre for a taste of typical Quebec dishes that Quebecers eat every day! Chris ears! pea soup! And the Tourlouche d’astourne in its own pelota, with well-chopped crastillon!

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2 pm: Better The Francos Montreal, the largest French festival in Quebec !

3:00 p.m.: After heartfelt remarks by Governor General Marie Simon, CN CEO Tracy Robinson, and Air Canada CEO Michael S. Russo, Justin Trudeau will tour the Quebec Pavilion on a dog sled.

4 p.m.: Demonstration against Bills 21 and 96 by the Montreal English School Board and McGill Students’ Diversity Association.

5 p.m.: Canadian Flag Salute with Bernard Drenville and Caroline St Helier.

6 pm: Workshop in Quebec bashing Added by commenters from National PostThe Toronto Sun And the Globe and Mail.

Just as there are hundreds of words to say ‘snow’ in Inuktitut, there are 253 ways to call Quebecers a racist in English! Come and share the joy ! Fun for the whole family ! »

10 p.m.: Fireworks and congregational prayers for a continued drop in PQ in the polls.

It will be an unforgettable day! It’s going to be a great day !