March 10, 2017

Un artiste subventionné de Québec se cache depuis la destruction de l’enseigne du Cinéma de Paris

Eric DuhaimeRebel Commentator
 

Quelques jours après le crucifixgate, Le Rebelle média dénonce à nouveau le saccage du patrimoine historique de Québec. 

Malgré que son projet de théâtre ultra moderne du Diamant soit subventionné à hauteur de 87%, Robert Lepage ne semble pas se soucier outre mesure de la conservation du patrimoine.

En effet, dans sa toute dernière vidéo, Eric Duhaime dénonce la destruction de l’enseigne du cinéma de Paris et le manque de transparence d’artistes sur-subventionnés.

Le collaborateur du Rebelle révèle l’existence d’une entente entre Lepage et le Ministère de la culture pour la conservation de l’enseigne historique, entente bafouée par l’organisation du célèbre dramaturge, qui s’expose à une amende de 1.1 million $. Encore aujourd’hui, Le Rebelle fait surgir la vérité.

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commented 2017-03-11 12:07:03 -0500
Heck, even the full French text of what he said would be good so I can copy and paste into an online translater would be okay.
commented 2017-03-11 12:05:40 -0500
I have always liked Eric Duhaime when he was on the Sun News Network and when he is interviewed by one of The Rebel reporters … a little bit hard to understand because of his heavy accent, but still a favorite commentator because of his views and common sense approach to life.

I would really like to view his videos here but alas I am too old to learn Canadian French … or maybe too lazy, not sure which.

Would it be possible to get one of The Rebel’s staff to put in English sub-text? I know I would really appreciate that.

Thanks!
commented 2017-03-11 08:50:19 -0500
I would greatly appreciate subtitles in English. I understood 3/4 of Eric’s report, however, I would like to understand it 100%.
commented 2017-03-11 08:13:42 -0500
Quelle belle surprise. J’ai dû frotter mes yeux deux fois lorsque j’ai vu le titre du reportage en français. Longue vie à “Le Rebelle” et " The Rebel.
commented 2017-03-11 06:22:59 -0500
Here’s a rough translation for you. I just used Google’s translate.

A subsidized artist from Quebec has been hiding since the destruction of the sign of the Cinema of Paris

Although Le Diamant’s ultra-modern theater project is subsidized to 87%, Robert Lepage does not seem to be overly concerned about heritage conservation.

Indeed, in his latest video, Eric Duhaime denounces the destruction of the sign of cinema in Paris and the lack of transparency of over-subsidized artists.

The Rebel’s collaborator revealed the existence of an agreement between Lepage and the Ministry of Culture for the preservation of the historic sign, an agreement flouted by the organization of the famous playwright, who faces a fine of $ 1.1 million . Even today, the Rebel raises the truth.
commented 2017-03-10 23:16:18 -0500
Ça fait longtemps que j’écoute TheRebel et je suis bien contente d’avoir des nouvelles sur ma province. Bravo Éric et thank you Ezra for covering Quebec. Keep up the good work.
commented 2017-03-10 20:39:06 -0500
C’est charmant! I would like to make a comment but dont want to ruffle anyone. I thought Gavin speaks French? Anyhow LeRebelle. “Le” is masculine and “Rebelle” is feminine. You would have to put LeRebel
so both are masculine. French we are very picky on spelling.
commented 2017-03-10 16:30:39 -0500
Like the idea of a English/French translation!
commented 2017-03-10 15:12:15 -0500
With the REBEL in French in Quebec I personally like to see the REBEL really piss off the fake media by doing this. Have an English translation for LE REBELLE and a French translation for THE REBEL.
I have always enjoyed the comment by Eric both on THE REBEL and on THE SUN NEWS NETWORK
ALSO I would kick in a few bucks to have the service supplied