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  1. matt
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    Just because a provence/state wants out doesn’t mean the nation won’t exist anymore. If Texas left the usa you would still call the country the United states, only with one less state. I don’t think Canada is going to be destroyed because Quebec wants independence.

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  2. The Doctor
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    Nobody reading this now will be alive to see how good or bad your predictions are. Like all those psychics and global warming “scientists” who predict the world will end long after they are too dead to be proved wrong.

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    1. Claude
      Claude at |

      Like many on the Right, you write a lot, but say nothing.

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  3. do some more research
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    I think if you bothered to check that you would find the major atlantic ports to be in Nova Scotia …. not Quebec.

    Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
    Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Digby, Nova Scotia
    Halifax, Nova Scotia
    Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Melford, Nova Scotia (proposed)
    Montreal, Quebec
    Saint John, New Brunswick
    Shelburne, Nova Scotia
    Sept-Îles, Quebec
    St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Sydney, Nova Scotia
    Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
    Quebec City, Quebec

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  4. Huh
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    Poorly researched article with tons of stuff in it that’s just factually wrong. I laughed at half the entries on this list

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  5. Steve Hill
    Steve Hill at |

    Hurricanes have not been getting worse the last few years. In fact, climate change cultists claimed hurricanes would be more frequent and stronger after the 2005 season. Reality intervened and they haven’t be stronger and more frequent.

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  6. Angela Miao
    Angela Miao at |

    During the last Quebec referrendum in 1995, the vote was 49% yes versus 51% no, however, we have a Clarity Act that will prevent us from separating unless we have a clear majority (which makes 50% + 1 vote not nearly enough).

    Either way, sovereignity is pretty much half dead in Quebec. Its unlikely to happen, and even if it does, the province will be crawling back in no time.

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  7. Steve
    Steve at |

    Stupid article. Sea levels are not rising significantly enough to cover places like Kiribati or the Maldives. Nils Axel-Morner is the greatest living expert on sea levels; his life time of research says nothing significant is happening. There is no nation called Palestine, so it cannot disappear. The country is actually called Israel and it will be around for a long time. Those who disagree need to tell the Israeli Defence Force.

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