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A Quebec multiple-choice referendum could be a means to that end.
This past July 1st few people celebrated the deal that was struck in 1867.
Most Quebecers don't want to revisit the question of independence any time soon, a new poll suggests. Three-quarters of respondents to a survey conducted by the Angus Reid Institute in partnership wit...
"I believe that the other three parties - which I call the 'Bloc Canada' - are basically the same on many, many issues."
In a strange way sovereignists share in the shame over Harper's Canada and want to react against it. As a result, they have decided to support the NDP instead of the Bloc, if the latest polls are any indication. And there's the rub, because that support seems completely illogical, and provides federalists with a potential political trap they will quickly spring against sovereignists.If the sovereignist vote for the NDP translates into a loss for Gilles Duceppe and the Bloc Québécois, we'll end up with only federalist parties and MPs in Ottawa.
"We will take the appropriate steps to ensure we demonstrate the advantages and benefits of Quebec independence."
More than 400 people attended the wedding, billed as the social event of the year.
The Bloc has named 73 candidates so far and has promised to run in all of Quebec's 78 ridings.
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Quebec sovereignty would hurt the province's middle class, the NDP leader says.
Like all non-separatist Quebecers, I have lived and suffered through a lifetime of sovereignty-fatigue. So at what point of obsession, at what level of almost complete disregard, are you obliged to say, unequivocally and without apology, that what was done was wasteful and therefore unacceptable?
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Francis Simard, one of four members of the Front de libération du Québec charged with the murder of a Quebec cabinet minister during the 1970 October Crisis, has died, his daughter confirmed to CBC....
The NDP offers a unique political agenda at the federal level, capable of building bridges between Canadians of different stripes. Tom Mulcair is an experienced politician who provides reassuring, strong, well-respected, and balanced leadership. He knows the issues like the back of his hand. Under his guidance, the NDP has become a formidable Official Opposition.
At first glance, it might seem Quebec and Scotland have little in common. But look a little closer and some similarities emerge. Both are famous for culinary delights that are questionable for your h...
With only two days left before the election, Parti Québécois leader Pauline Marois is looking back on her campaign and says if she could do it again, she would speak less about the possibility of a re...