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Quebec losing young people to interprovincial migration, report shows


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oh lord here we go again.....

Les commentaires...c'est fou. Incroyable comment les gens pensent que c'est interdit d'apprendre l'anglais au Québec. Du gros n'importe quoi.

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They always have the weirdest sample sizes. Since 1981? Why not 1986 or 1991 or 1996? However they need to manipulate the data to get the most extreme results, they will. Whats the point looking all the way to 1981? Our society and political opinions have changed so much since then. What is this data supposed to accomplish? 

Why not look at the last two census?

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Because it's the Gazette and if you aren't reminding your readers that Quebec sucks with your own biased numbers, you aren't doing your job.

Keep scaring people away English-media in Quebec, soon there won't be anyone to read your trash anymore.

Most of the people I know refuse to watch CTV or listen to CJAD or read the Gazette nowadays. It's just too depressing and fake.

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il y a 3 minutes, Chris1989 a dit :

Because it's the Gazette and if you aren't reminding your readers that Quebec sucks with your own biased numbers, you aren't doing your job.

Keep scaring people away English-media in Quebec, soon there won't be anyone to read your trash anymore.

Most of the people I know refuse to watch CTV or listen to CJAD or read the Gazette nowadays. It's just too depressing and fake.

One day I was listening to CJAD cause I like comparing English media and French media coverage of different matters. There was a talk about tensions between english and french people in Montréal and Québec in general. Some guy called saying that he is an anglophone who’s children are bilingual and love the life in Montreal. He said that CJAD and other medias are biased and contribute to the problem. They almost hung up on him

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il y a 7 minutes, Faitlemou a dit :

C'est bien beau dire qu'ils sont biaisé, mais on peut quand même se poser la question sur le sens de ces chiffres. On a encore un taux migratoire interprovincial négatif, alors il faut se demander où est le problème.

Il y a bel et bien un problème. Les années de morosité économique et d’instabilité politique nous ont fait beaucoup de mal. Le Québec aurait pu être encore plus fort qu’aujourdhui et Montréal une plus grande métropole mais je pense qu’il aurait été plus intéressant de dresser un portrait des dernières années. On sait déja tout ce que cet article nous dit.

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Il y a 4 heures, vivreenrégion a dit :

 California losing residents via domestic migration.

Bill 101 must be affecting them too...

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Tu pars de prémisses sans avoir les derniers résultats. Justemment, on dit qu'on perd encore des jeunes travailleurs par la migration interne. Soit, mais combien? Et est-ce que ce nombre justifie une modification substantive des lois provinciales. Le problème : comment faire ce calcul quand on nous donne seulement des données fabriquées pour être alarmistes. 

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