A little early to be celebrating, but what the hey, right?
Actually, this is artwork for the tshirt I’ll be wearing for both La Fête in Montréal and Canada Day in Ottawa, so if you see it, come up and say hi!
Cartoon later today, but this is pour tous mes amis qui marchent contre le Bill 78. Frappez pour la liberté!
To see a stunning video about les casseroles, check out http://vimeo.com/42848523.
A series that I’ve been meaning to work on for some time now — a series of images for each of the Canadian provinces. And since I’m in Montreal, it seemed reasonable to kick it off with Quebec. Saskatchewan, Raider’s home, will be next.
The boys are indeed Canadian, in case there might be any doubt sometimes. These strips, initially done about a year ago, have been re-formatted and are included here to keep the blog’s collection complete. Just FYI for my non-Canadian friends, René Lévesque was premier of Québec from 1975 to 1986 and laboured unceasingly to make that province a separate, French-speaking country. The movement has had its ebbs and flows over the decades since, but I think most Québecers have come to the realization that the ROC (rest of Canada) would miss them dearly if they ever left.