Courtesy of Inkless Wells comes the news that Quebec has completed it's foreign policy review.
You know, I remember last fall when the joke being passed around by those against asymmetrical federalism was that Quebec would be deciding Canada's foreign affairs. I think Paul Wells even wrote a satire piece where the provinces were deciding foreign policy. "Ha ha ha", we all said. But it's gone from insane satire to insane reality.
So what's left for the federal government? Senate appointments? Oh yeah, we don't do those either.