” […] To the question: “If you had to tell me what Quebec history was all about in one sentence, what would you say?” student Alexandre Thibault responded: “The invasion of Indian lands by French people and the subsequent invasion by English people.”
Fellow students Alex Miller-Pelletier and Mariana Racine-Mendez saw Quebec’s history as a struggle for identity.
“Since the Plains of Abraham war, French people have felt the oppression of English people,” they said.
Létourneau found that young anglophones are half as likely as francophones to have a positive view of Quebec’s history.
He said that he believes it’s time we move past the simplistic, black and white script. […]”