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MONTREAL — Justin Trudeau has come under criticism for his comments about Alberta in the place where he made them in an interview two years ago — Quebec.
The Liberal MP and leadership candidate blamed the country’s problems on Albertans controlling the political agenda in a 2010 French-language television show that resurfaced this week.
The interview didn’t make any waves in Quebec when it first aired but some pundits now argue Trudeau was out of line.
One newspaper columnist hypothesized about what would happen if the tables were turned, and Quebec were on the receiving end of such comments.
Yves Boisvert of Montreal’s La Presse said Quebecers would be outraged if another high-profile politician made similar statements about their own province.
“We can easily imagine the howls we’d make if a contender for the leadership of a federal party spoke in…
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