Pierre Pettigrew
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"Pierre Stewart Pettigrew", Queen's Privy Council for Canada/PC is a Canada/Canadian politician.

Born in Quebec City, Pettigrew has a Bachelor of Arts/BA in Philosophy from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (1972) and an Master of Philosophy/M.Phil in International Relations from Oxford University (1976). He was awarded an honorary Legum Doctor/LLD by the University of Warwick in July 2008.

Prior to politics, Pettigrew was Vice-President of Samson Bélair/Deloitte & Touche in Montreal from 1985 to 1995, where he acted as a business consultant to companies with dealings in international markets.

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There are hardliners in the PQ, the true believers, the ones who had (former PQ leader Bernard) Landry's head and who tried to get the head of (incoming) governor-general Michaelle Jean. They are intolerant.

They did everything they could to make her renounce her position.

It's a significant and dynamic trade relationship.

We believe it is imperative to sensitize them to their responsibilities in that domain.

He is ultimately a man of distrust. Mr. Duplessis engaged in the same dialogue of distrust toward Ottawa.

There is nothing liberal about Mr. Duceppe.

I won't say they're all intolerant, ... Some of them are adopting our approach to cultural communities.

I do believe that we should do it in a way that will not go to the detriment of other Canadian interests.

There are others. We will compare our cases (and) dialogue with the Danes.