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  Qwika - Quebec sovereignty movement
Con un sovrano dichiari, i sovereigntists della Quebec credono che la gente della Quebec sia dotata più meglio per promuovere il loro proprio sviluppo economico, sociale e culturale.
Il motivo dichiarato era che se il Canada decidesse boicottare le esportazioni della Quebec dopo il voto per l'indipendenza, il nuovo paese dovrebbe passare con i periodi economici difficili, come gli ostacoli al libero scambio fra il Canada (Quebec compresa) ed unito Dichiara era molto alto.
Forse per questo motivo, la Quebec era una delle poche regioni in Canada in cui entrambi i lati di libero scambio sostenuto spettro politico con unito Dichiara.
wikipedia.qwika.it /en2it/Quebec_sovereignty_movement   (1917 words)

  
  Quebec Sovereignty Movement Encyclopedia Article @ ColorfulImaginations.com (Colorful Imaginations)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Quebec sovereignty movement is a political movement aimed at attaining sovereignty for Quebec, a province of the Canadian federation.
Quebec sovereigntists are generally not in opposition to federalism as a concept, but are opposed to the present federal system of Canada and do not believe it can be reformed in a way that could answer what they see as the legitimate wish of Quebecers to govern themselves freely.
Quebec federalist nationalists think that the Quebec people should be recognized as a de facto nation by the federal government of Canada and initiate the constitutional reforms that presuppose such a recognition.
colorfulimaginations.com /encyclopedia/Quebec_sovereignty_movement   (4284 words)

  
 Quebec sovereignty movement information - Search.com
Quebec sovereigntists are generally not in opposition to federalism as a concept, but are opposed to the present federal system of Canada and do not believe it can be reformed in a way that could answer what they see as the legitimate wish of Quebecers to govern themselves freely.
The achievement of sovereignty for the Quebec state.
Sovereignty-association was proposed to the population of Quebec in the 1980 Quebec referendum.
www.search.com /reference/Quebec_Sovereignism   (3772 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Quebec sovereignty movement
The Quebec sovereignty movement is a political movement for the attainment of sovereignty for Quebec, a province of the Canadian federation.
Sovereignty-association was proposed to the population of Quebec in the 1980 Quebec referendum.
Although one cannot generalize, natural allies of sovereignty tend to be found within the Left: labour unions, the French-speaking arts community, students (non-working members of the younger generations, as compared to Generation-Xers), the media, government employees, the Catholic clergy, anti-globalization supporters and the academic political left.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Quebec_sovereignty_movement   (3300 words)

  
 Intellectuals for the Sovereignty of Quebec
Between 1980 and 1995, Quebec was thus witness to the illegitimate repatriation of the Constitution, the failure of the Meech Lake Accord, the Bélanger-Campeau Commission and the failure of the Charlottetown Accord.
Their opposition to Quebec sovereignty is due to reasons that have nothing to do with the alleged ethnic nationalism of the French-speaking majority, as we are often led to believe.
Quebecers must be careful not to commit the same errors in dealing with their minorities that Canada has; they must protect the rights of the English-speaking national minority as well as those of the Native nations.
www.rocler.qc.ca /turp/eng/Intellectuals/Intel.htm   (7689 words)

  
 WashingtonPost.com: Canada Special Report
In the 1960s, French-speaking New Brunswickers took to the streets of this town, demanding their language be respected and threatening to fracture the province with the same type of cultural and linguistic politics that, in neighboring Quebec, had grown into a full-fledged separatist movement.
Decades ago, "relationships were not that good," said provincial Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Bernard Richard, and a movement to form a separate province began spreading among the roughly one-third of the New Brunswick population with French roots.
In Quebec, although the province's 1 million English speakers – about 13 percent of the population – have school, hospital and other services available, relations between the language groups remain strained.
wpni.com /wp-srv/inatl/longterm/canada/stories/bilingual072597.htm   (1293 words)

  
 Quebec sovereignty movement - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The central cultural argument of the sovereigntists is that only citizenship for Quebec can adequately and permanently resolve the difficult issue of the language of the majority (French), allow Quebecers to establish their nationality, preserve their cultural identity, and keep their collective memory alive.
Although one cannot generalize, natural allies of sovereignty tend to be found within the Left: labour unions, the French-speaking arts community, students (non-working members of the younger generations, as compared to Generation-Xers), the media, the Catholic clergy, anti-globalization supporters, and the academic political left.
In both referendums, the sovereigntists (especially Jacques Parizeau in 1995) were seen outside Quebec as power-hungry individuals who wanted to rule as an independent nation and yet also enjoy all the exisiting benefits as a component of Canada.
www.voyager.in /Quebec_sovereignty_movement   (3743 words)

  
 quebec sovereignty - Books, journals, articles @ The Questia Online Library
Arguments in favor of Quebec sovereignty have focused on economics...military and defense aspects of Quebec sovereignty was commissioned by the Quebec...authorized to proclaim the sovereignty of Quebec after a formal offer of economic...
As a member of the Quebec conference in 1864, he helped to draft the resolutions on...general of Ontario was markedly successful in assuring local sovereignty to that province.
...surrender of the Axis, and by the Moscow Conferences, the Quebec Conference, the Cairo Conference, and the Tehran Conference...a treaty with Japan, and, in 1955, Austria was restored to sovereignty.
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 Quebec sovereignty movement Summary
The Quebec sovereignty movement is a political movement aimed at attaining sovereignty for Quebec, a province of the Canadian federation.
The sovereigntists propose that Quebecers exercise their right to self-determination in order to democratically give...
A review of the history surrounding the movement by Quebec to separate itself from Canada in 1980, including a look at the separatists movement.
www.bookrags.com /Quebec_sovereignty_movement   (150 words)

  
 Scarborough Southwest NDP - Library: Quebec writer Michel Tremblay says he no longer believes in Quebec sovereignty
Renowned Quebec author Michel Tremblay, once an avowed sovereigntist who refused the Order of Canada, says he no longer believes in Quebec sovereignty.
The award-winning writer and playwright told The Canadian Press that he no longer identifies with the movement for an independent Quebec because it has become principally about economics.
Now, when asked if he still believes in sovereignty for Quebec, the 63-year-old writer doesn't hesitate to answer.
action.web.ca /home/sswndp/readingroom.shtml?AA_EX_Session=d060ecc3aca23f4d24fa638fc46fab0a&x=86433   (377 words)

  
 Charles de Gaulle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On the morning of 17 June, with 100,000 gold francs in secret funds given to him the previous night by Paul Reynaud, he fled Bordeaux by plane, narrowly escaping German aircraft, and landed in London that afternoon.
From London, de Gaulle formed and led the Free French movement.
However, the event was seen as a watershed moment by the Quebec sovereignty movement.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charles_de_Gaulle   (5602 words)

  
 CANOE -- CNEWS - Canada: Duceppe withdraws from PQ race
But it carries several potential benefits to the sovereignty movement - and to both parties which carry its banner in Ottawa and Quebec City.
Duceppe had been the most successful sovereigntist politician in years, which made him an obvious candidate to take the helm of a moribund PQ that once brought Quebec to the cusp of independence but now languishes as a third-place provincial party.
But a party that prides itself on its 39-year tradition of grassroots free speech and nonconformity would not have appreciated the suggestion that it needed to be reigned in by a leader.
cnews.canoe.ca /CNEWS/Canada/2007/05/12/4175154-cp.html   (1337 words)

  
 Premier Landry Reveals New Techniques of Persuasion for Quebec Sovereignty Movement - Canadian Satire, Humour and ...
New Quebec Premier Bernard Landry has unveiled the key element of developing winning conditions for the inevitable next referendum on Quebec's status within the Canadian federation.
After becoming premier, Landry announced that a cadre of soveriegntists will be trained on techniques of persuasion before moving out across the province to communicate with the Quebec people.
Graduates of the taxpayer-funded school of political persuasion will embark on three month tours of duty in all corners of the Quebec nation, putting federalists, anglophones, allophones, all other ethnic minorities and "soft, mushy nationalists" in the infamous finishing move, holding them in it until the recipient agrees, in writing, to supporting Quebec sovereignty.
www.thehammer.ca /content/view.php?news=2001-06-15-landry-quebec-sovereignty   (341 words)

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