I’ve always been a huge fan of the Canadian province of Quebec. It’s the only province in the world that can claim to live in the “sunshine” state. It’s also the home of some of the most beautiful and breathtaking countryside in North America.
The last time the province was on the news, a couple of days ago, was when a couple of hikers were found murdered on a remote trail in the province. The police believe the killers are still on the loose, but they are refusing to release any evidence about the case. This comes as no surprise though, because Quebec has always seemed to be a prime suspect in the murder of a handful of hikers over the years.
Since the first murder, the province has been on the forefront of national news. But with all the recent attention on the province, now that the killer is back, some of us have wondered if the news was just a publicity stunt. But it is a publicity stunt, as of today, as the province is under a new, much more stringent ban on hunting and trapping.
If you think this news is just a publicity stunt, you’d be wrong, because the ban would be enforced. The National Assembly has already voted on what they believe the ban should be, so it may not be too long now until it is enforced.
The news is that the ban was put in place to protect the province’s environment, and the last time it was enforced, it was quite successful. In fact, before the ban, the province had become one of the most environmentally-friendly places in the world. There is no doubt about it, Quebec is a very green province.
This is where the ban comes in. It was put into place in order to protect a major forest habitat. The ban is a little harsh in reality however, because the forest will now be protected for another 50 years. While this is not a long time, the ban is also not exactly fair, and Quebec is now an example of what not allowing a ban would look like.
The ban is also not quite fair in that it does not apply to all of Quebec. Certain regions in the province will not be affected by the ban, which means the ban won’t apply to all of Quebec. In particular, the ban does not apply to the entire city of Quebec City, as the ban only applies to a portion of the city.
Quebec City will also not be affected by the ban for a few reasons, the most important of which is that the ban will only apply to a portion of the city. The ban will not affect the entire city, so no one will have to have the same problems as a Montrealer. Another reason is that the ban is not very strict. The ban does not require the developer of a building to take down all of the windows as well as the doors and the lights before the ban is lifted.
Montrealers were pretty lucky on the day when the ban was lifted. The ban is not as severe as it sounds. The ban requires the developer who owns a building to take down all of the windows, doors, lights, and the entire structure of the building. In Montreal’s case, that means the developer of a building could not have any windows open in their building, the doors closed, and the lights turned out.
This ban doesn’t just affect buildings, but all of the other structures we have as well. The developer of a building that doesn’t have any windows to open or doors closed can be fined $5,000 for every window that isn’t in use. This is a little more severe than just a ban from opening windows and doors, it also bans the entire roof, which makes it even more difficult to get into buildings without causing a lot of damage.