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  1. Quebec sovereignty movement - Wikipedia › wiki › Quebec_sovereignty_movement

    The Quebec sovereignty movement (French: Mouvement souverainiste du Québec) is a political movement as well as an ideology of values, concepts and ideas that advocates independence for the Canadian province of Quebec. Several diverse political groups coalesced in the late 1960s in the formation of the Parti Québécois, a provincial political ...

  2. Multiculturalism | The Canadian Encyclopedia › multiculturalism

    Jun 27, 2011 · Canada’s federal multiculturalism policy was adopted in 1971 by Pierre Trudeau’s Liberal government. An unexpected by-product of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (1963–69), multiculturalism was intended as a policy solution to manage both rising francophone nationalism, particularly in Quebec (see French-Canadian Nationalism; The Quiet Revolution), and increasing ...

  3. Reform Party of Canada - Wikipedia › wiki › Reform_Party_of_Canada

    The Reform Party of Canada (French: Parti réformiste du Canada) was a right-wing populist and conservative federal political party in Canada that sought major legislative and constitutional reform in Canada. It existed from 1987 to 2000.

  4. Lower Canada | The Canadian Encyclopedia › lower-canada

    Aug 20, 2013 · Lower Canada was a British colony from 1791 to 1840. Its geographical boundaries comprised the southern portion of present-day Quebec. In 1791, Britain divided the Province of Quebec into Upper Canada and Lower Canada.

  5. Opinion, Editorials, Columns and Analysis | National Post › category › opinion

    Read unique story pieces & columns written by editors and columnists at National Post. Get in-depth analysis on current news, happenings and headlines.

  6. Political Science : The role of nationalism in European and North American political development. Topics include: nationalism and state-formation, secession and sub-state nationalism, war and nationalism, federal and consociational arrangements in multi-national societies. Terms: Winter 2022 . Instructors: Berwick, Elissa (Winter)

  7. Civil Rights (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) › entries › civil-rights

    Feb 03, 2003 · 1. Rights 1.1 The Civil-Political Distinction. Until the middle of the 20 th century, civil rights were usually distinguished from ‘political rights’. The former included the rights to own property, make and enforce contracts, receive due process of law, and worship one’s religion.

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