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Ladies and gentlemen Quebecers, your future has arrived


 

Here’s the new logo of Coalition Avenir Québec, former péquiste minister François Legault’s big tent party comprised of what he called “sovereignists and federalists who want to put the debate behind us.” Legault’s coalition, which only officially became a party on November 4th, has been ahead in the polls for the better part of a year—meaning Quebecers saw him as a leader even when Legault himself wasn’t sure. Kind of a neat logo, actually.

The question is, why do Quebecers always seem to look for a political saviour to pull them out of the doldrums? Read the next edition of Maclean’s to find out…


 
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Ladies and gentlemen Quebecers, your future has arrived

  1. BECAUSE IT IS WHAT LEADER DO

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        • Everyone is lazy when compared to the NorthWest Territories.  I would have noticed a regional trend, but hey, I am not a Kweebecee-obsessed-anglo.   Now go discipline your children, sparing nothing.

      • Not so much headgear, as a tin cup, perhaps.

        “S’il vous plaît, monsieur….”

  3. It’s a “C” and a “Q” both at once! It gives you federalist certainty over the economy and a drop of bleu nationalisme.  It’s two – two – two solitudes in one!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8zwnXjIjPM

    • Very nice!!

  4. So, is Quebec’s slice of the pie suppose to be that big thing dangling from the end…oh wait, am I reading this wrong?

  5. “sovereignists and federalists who want to put the debate behind us.”

    I can’t wait until next week when I discover what the party stands for, or its reason for being, or ideals or however you want to say ‘position’.  So far I’m highly intrigued.  And awesome logo.

  6. “sovereignists and federalists who want to put the debate behind us.” 
    If that isn’t a recipe for a future party rift, or one paralyzed by indecision, I don’t know what is. Good luck , haha.

  7. Nice when large and in full colour, but it won’t reproduce well otherwise – too many fidgety little edges.

  8. A guy with a cane. Of course one would have to up the ante. Flesh eating disease and a missing leg, cancer. Maybe someone in a coma on life support?

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