Friday, October 1, 2010 | Categories: Past Episodes
We thought it could never happen here.
In October 1970 the FLQ kidnapped two public officials in Quebec, later killing one of them.
The government invoked the War Measures Act.
Canadian troops were deployed.
All this month on C'est la vie, some of Canada's best known writers remember the October Crisis... 40 years later.
This week author Daniel Poliquin and poet Carolyn Marie Souaid share their memories with us.
Music on today's program is by Pawa Up First
The controversial issue of Maclean's Magazine, calling Quebec the most corrupt province in Canada, has created waves in Quebec. L'Actualité magazine in Quebec is also owned by Rogers Publishing, and the magazine's editor, Carole Beaulieu, has been fielding the calls...