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Flemish Secession Hoax
... The Flemish Secession Hoax," was a hoax perpetrated by the French speaking Belgian public TV station RTBF on Wednesday, December 13, 2006, and created by Belgian journalist Philippe ... into the broadcast, on demand of the media minister of the French speaking community in Belgium, Fadila Laanan, an on-screen message identified it as a fiction ...
Scouts En Gidsen Vlaanderen - History Flemish Catholic Scouting
... Padvindsters van België (GCB-KPB) 1930 the BPBBSS split in the Dutch speaking Vlaamsch Verbond der Katholieke Scouts (VVKS) and the French speaking Fédération des Scouts Catholiques. 1945 the GCB-KPB changed its structure to a federation with a Dutch speaking branch KPB and a French speaking branch GCB 1945-1953 some tries to rejoin KPB and KVMG as ...
Canadian Identity - Historical Development - French Settlement and The Struggle For Francophone Identity in Canada
... de Mons of Port Royal in 1605, (the beginnings of French settlement of Acadia) and the founding of Quebec City in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Canada was ... alliances with the indigenous peoples made by early French colonizers or explorers such as Champlain or De La Vérendrye ... up lands following the deportation of the French-speaking Acadian population, in 1755 in an event known in French to Acadians as Le Grand Dérangement, one of the critical events in the formation of the Canadian identity ...
Canadian Identity - Historical Development - British Settlement in Canada: Revolution, Invasion and Confederation
... For its part, the identity of English speaking Canada was profoundly influenced by another pivotal historic event, the American Revolution ... During this invasion, the French-speaking Canadiens assisted both the invaders from the United Colonies and the defending British ... (English, Scottish and Protestant Irish) to the pre-existing English-speaking populations ...
2007–2008 Belgian Government Formation - Exploratory Round, 29 August – 29 September - Leterme's Controversial Remark
... Maybe if we could agree about that, French-speakers would be willing to negotiate about our demands." French-speaking politicians and the French-speaking media were ... Wilfried Martens (CD V) criticized the French-speaking side of the country for misinterpreting a "sign of goodwill" made by Leterme ...

Famous quotes containing the words speaking and/or french:

    This habit of free speaking at ladies’ lunches has impaired society; it has doubtless led to many of the tragedies of divorce and marital unhappiness. Could society be deaf and dumb and Congress abolished for a season, what a happy and peaceful life one could lead!
    M. E. W. Sherwood (1826–1903)

    The French are a logical people, which is one reason the English dislike them so intensely. The other is that they own France, a country which we have always judged to be much too good for them.
    Robert Morley (b. 1908)