1. "How a snowstorm exposed Quebec’s real problem: social malaise" Sub-head: "The issues that led to the shutdown of a Montreal highway that left drivers stranded go beyond mere political dysfunction" Andrew Potter's original piece, with some alterations and editorial notes that have been added since it first appeared.
2. "This is not how a liberal society responds to criticism" - Andrew Coyne's typically cogent and eloquent criticism of the response to Potter's column article. From the Montreal Gazette.
3. "It was shoddy journalism that cost Andrew Potter his job" - Chantal Hebert's typically cogent and eloquent examination of the response to Potter's column. From the Toronto Star.
4. From Joseph Heath, an academic's perspective on what he calls "l'affaire Potter".
5. Many people have incorrectly stated that the vitriolic reaction to Potter's opinion piece is unique to Quebec. Those people either are not aware of or have forgotten about the string of attacks perpetrated in Newfoundland and Labrador between 2003 and 2014 against individuals who were accused of pretty much everything folks have said Andrew Potter did or failed to do.
Here are a few stories and relevant SRBP posts:
2005: "A vast and scenic welfare ghetto" - Margaret Wente's original column in the Globe and Mail sparked some loud and widespread condemnation. To find some of the reaction, you have to search the Internet Archive. Other reaction will cost you a subscription to the NewfNat's newspaper of record, the Toronto Globe and Mail.
2005: For others, you need look no farther than Rex Murphy in the Globe whose entire argument is based on the premise that while others presume to be victims, Newfoundlanders really are. Rex becomes the Fifth Yorkshireman.
Various: Quislings and traitors
2013: "On bigotry and prejudice"
2016: Margaret Wente, again, only this time knowing how to provide the stimulus to get he neo-nationalist knees in Newfoundland jerking wildly. SRBP: "Through others' eyes".
2016: "Poor Russell's Almanack"