Talk:Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal

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Advertisement?[edit]

The last few lines or the last section in total seem to be just advertising the place IMO. Take out or is it relevant? Information about members and how to meet isn't relevant but it does make padd the article. --Guruparan 23:48, 25 November 2006 (UTC)

It's relevant info on the nature of the organisation. Also, it's not commercial advertising, since we're talking about a non profit organisation

I didn't say it was commercial advertising. And advertsing, no matter for who (non-profit or commercial) isn't accepted. But I at least think that the last line is irrelevant. I would hope so. --Guruparan 02:11, 27 November 2006 (UTC)

Just a not to the Author. As a rule I prefer the term Québequois but in this instance, when you describe the recuits for WW2 as such, it is incorrect. At the time the french speaking people of Québec called themselves Italic textCanadien-FrançaisItalic text and very proudly. The term Québecois was an "invention" of the Italic textrévolution tranquilleItalic text of the 1960's to represent the supporters of an independant Québec versus the supporters of Canada. Furthermore; the term Italic textCanadien-FrançaisItalic textis not a negative one. It was taken up by the french of Québec at the beginning of the English occupation because the english-speaking inhabitants called themselves "English". Traditionnally the term Italic textCanadienItalic text was used in the French Regime to seperate the french born in new-france versus the "new arrivals" from france. Mogul58 16:13, 16 February 2007 (UTC)Pierre BrissonMogul58 16:13, 16 February 2007 (UTC)