A Quebec journalist has taken umbrage to the political commentary coming from the rest of Canada.
Sophie Durocher of Journal De Montreal, accuses the English-media of portraying the three major candidates as "narrow-minded racists," "red-necks" and xenophobic.
Durocher singles out the National Post's Chris Selley, Andrew Coyne and Johnaton Kay, suggesting that by insulting the candidates, the trio is insulting the entire population of Quebec.
In fairness to the 'Anglo' media, Quebec politicians have given us a lot to work with.
During this campaign, one party leader — Francois Legault of the Coalition Avenir Quebec — compared Asian kids to Quebec kids.
"If you have kids they'll tell you [the Asian students] are always first in class. One of my sons was telling me, 'Yes, but they have no life,"' Legault told reporters according to The Canadian Press.Read More »from Quebec journalist decries ‘anglo’ media coverage of QC election