The Liberal Party has, since Laurier and more recently since Trudeau, claimed to be the party of national unity, representing French-Canadians outside Quebec.
But look at the NDP and Liberal Caucuses:
From Northern Ontario:
Four New Democrats:
Claude Gravelle, Nickel Belt (42% francophone)
Charlie Angus, Timmins-James Bay (34% francophone)
Carol Hughes, Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing (31% francophone) (note: born in Val Caron in the francophone East Sudbury region, and her bio says "Member of the French-language elementary and secondary school councils" so she sounds francophone with francophone children, despite her surname from her husband Keith Hughes. Anyone know her maiden name?)
Glenn Thibeault, Sudbury (22% francophone)
Mauril Bélanger, Ottawa-Vanier (32% francophone)
Anthony Rota, Nipissing - Timiskaming (19% francophone; married to Chantal Piché, a teacher in a North Bay francophone school)
From New Brunswick:
One New Democrat: Yvon Godin, Acadie-Bathurst (85% francophone)
Jean-Claude D'Amours, Madawaska - Restigouche (83% francophone)
Dominic LeBlanc, Beauséjour (59% francophone)
Brian Murphy, Moncton - Riverview - Dieppe (38% francophone, married to Acadian Jacqueline Richard)
Five and five.