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  1. A federal court is asked to torpedo a constitutional amendment expanding francophone rights in New Brunswick. Opponents of the amendment say that it would lead to the recognition of Quebec as a "distinct society" without the approval of any other province. Feb 24, 1993: Brian Mulroney announces his resignation as Prime Minister and head of the PCP.

  2. Quebec Nationalism and Canadian Federalism. ... Canada, we must defend the distinctive nature of Quebec's national identity. ... By contrast, the so called «competition between the two nationalisms»

  3. Oct 20, 2019 · Canada is a country divided by its "state multiculturalism." Quebec, in a way, is re-modernizing itself, a process that comes with anxieties about the ability of a collective identity to survive ...

  4. Mar 06, 2017 · Toronto, the capital of the province of Ontario, is not the political capital of Canada. Around the time of Confederation, Ottawa was deliberately chosen– in a pattern seen in such instances as Washington D.C., Canberra, and Brasilia – as the political capital. Ottawa lies on the border between Ontario and Quebec, in the heart of Central ...

  5. A party report authored by Stephen Harper, current Prime Minister of Canada and leader of the Conservative Party, who was then a founding member of the RP, reads: ‘Immigration should not be based on race or creed, as it has in the past; nor should it be explicitly designed to radically or suddenly alter the ethnic makeup of Canada, as it ...

  6. Apr 17, 2014 · Quebec separatism is, and always has been, driven by the ethnic nationalism of so-called pure laine Québécois — descendants of the original French colonists, who were conquered by the British ...

  7. Nov 13, 2020 · Trudeau was denounced by the French government and media as well as by his political opponents in Canada, especially the federal Conservatives and Quebec nationalists, for not personally ...

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