Canada: hold-out of Quebec separatism faces end of the dream
The Guardian ---------- The town of Terrebonne is a collection of shopping malls and housing subdivisions amid vast stretches of what used to be farmland a 40-minute drive north of Montreal. As a general rule, the streets are tidy and commuter traffic is wretched. And unlike most Montrealers, its citizens have enduringly and overwhelmingly supported the cause of Quebec separatism. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.