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i plan to expand the article a little bit[edit]

so if you disagree with my edit just tell me.— Unsigned, by: Waronstupidity / talk / contribs

I removed some troll's left over. Just be warned that the page might be vandalised by trolls or morons who suffer from francophobia or Quebec phobia.— Unsigned, by: / talk / contribs

Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day and the Quebec flag[edit]

The article claimed "Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day [is] the day they were able to legally have their own flag." However, according to The Canadian Encyclopedia:

In 1947, an association of SAINT-JEAN-BAPTISTE SOCIETIES formed a federation, which promptly campaigned for the adoption of the fleur-de-lys for Québec's flag. On 21 January 1948, it was made official, and the flag quickly became a rallying symbol for the Saint-Jean holiday.

Note that Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day is on June 24. This explicitly contradicts the article's claim regarding Quebec's flag. I have accordingly removed the sentence. Star of David.png Radioactive afikomen Please ignore all my awful pre-2014 comments. 08:43, 6 January 2013 (UTC)

Edit war on this page[edit]

This page need to be lock. Because of anti-quebec bigotery and francophobia. This is edited using pejorative and racist terme. — Unsigned, by: / talk / contribs