If you can’t go to France, bring France to you

Here’s an idea. France’s Sorbonne university considering expansion to Greece. How about France’s Sorbonne expanding into New Brunswick?

I remain convinced that we are not leveraging our bilingual status – at all – for economic development. We are not attracting French companies. We are not attracting French immigrants or entrepreneurs. We are not attracting business because of our bilingual skills. We are attracting very little translation business.

Maybe attracting a French university campus could be an interest first step.

The fact my wife attended there, is totally irrelevant :-)

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0 Responses to If you can’t go to France, bring France to you

  1. Anonymous says:

    Potato Soup

    This recipe comes from James Barber’s The Urban Peasant: More Than a Cookbook. I made it just as directed, and found it to be very tasty.

    4 medium potatoes
    1 large onion, chopped
    3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
    3 slices of bacon
    0.25 teaspoons ground nutmeg
    0.5 teaspoons pepper
    If you only have potatoes and water,thats fine,