Quebec Strides Toward SchismWilliam C. Symonds
George Rizk would seem an ideal prospect for Canada's corporate recruiters. A senior at McGill University in Montreal, majoring in finance, he heads McGill's business student association and speaks both English and French. Rizk doesn't see much future for himself in his native Montreal, though. More and more, non-French Quebecois like him face discrimination from those of French ancestry. So he plans on launching his financial career in the U.S. or English-speaking Canada. For Rizk, that's a sad prospect. "My family and friends are here," he says.
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