Notes from a Byzantine-Rite Calvinist

22 March 2010

Today's history lesson

In 1927 the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in London settled in Newfoundland's favour the longstanding dispute between that dominion and Québec over this piece of the mainland. Thereafter the Québec government appointed a special minister-without-portfolio to attempt to undo this highly unpopular decision. This official became known to history as. . . (drum roll please and then click on comments)

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