When the government this week started expressing concern about the struggling and fragile anglophone communities in rural Quebec, it kind of felt good and warm all over. You like us. You really like us.
The United States is bidding farewell to Barack Obama this week and what we've seen from his successor has Barry Wilson thinking the country will need help from mortals and the divine over the next four years.
The joke is that when the Parti Quebecois was first elected, 40 years ago this week, it ran on a platform of holding a referendum. Now four decades later, the party is going to run the next election campaign on a platform of not holding one.