Quebec law

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  • French Canadian Language Analysis

    symbol of identity in Quebec. French language had a major impact on the culture of Quebec. French Canadian express their identity using culture. They want their own culture and different culture from…

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  • Anglophone Confederation In Canada

    Our society has made it illegal to discriminate any person with a certain religion, their mother language, gender, etc. But unfortunately in the previous years, starting 1913’s Anglophone and Francophone were not great neighbours as in today. There are multiple events that have changed the two relations. At the beginning of 1830’s the employment in Quebec was not fair so the confederation was formed with John A Macdonald and George-Ethienne. The confederation was a good thing because they had…

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  • Case Study: The Meech Lake Accord

    Introduction The Canadian Constitution, also known as the supreme law, describe Canada’s process of both codified and uncodified traditions as well as convention. It allows for the division of powers between federal and provincial powers and encompasses the rights and freedoms of all Canadians. The Meech Lake Accord was the first attempt to amend the newly patriated Constitution in order to facilitate changes depicted by the Constitution Act, 1982. The Meech Lake Accord was a set of…

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  • How Does Trudeau Fosters Canadian Nationalism

    separatist cause in Quebec. Originally settled in 1524 by Jacques Cartier, an explorer from France, Quebec has arguably been a cornerstone of Canadian society since then (‘Jacques’). Quebec was the first province in the modern area of Canada to be settled and one of the original provinces in the Confederation of 1867 (‘Confederation’). Furthermore, it has contributed to much of Canada’s modern culture– it is arguable that with the original Quebec act of 1774, which sought to appease Canadiens or…

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  • The October Crisis: An Important Event In Canadian History

    The October Crisis marked an important event in Canadian history in which the tension between Quebec separatists and Canada (particularly the federal government) still carries on today. The FLQ was a group of Quebecois who strongly believed in the separation of Quebec from Canada and the enforcement of a “distinct society”. Because of this rebellious group, they committed many violent crimes and thus they were considered a group of terrorism. The extreme happened in December when they…

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  • The Impact Of French-English Relations In 20th Century Canada

    education and culture. As the Liberal government took hold over more social services, the mentality of the citizens changed. Residents of Quebec were encouraged to think of themselves as citizens of the 20th century, their ideals began to transform and evolve, and the church’s impact declined. This movement later came to be known as the Quiet Revolution. After the election in 1962, the liberal party was chosen yet again to lead the province, this time with a different slogan, “Masters in our…

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  • Ottawa Student Movement Analysis

    2012 Quebec Student strike. In her article she highlights a lot of the key aspects of the student strike. As she states in her paper: “The legitimacy, and very ability, of a student strike was denied outright by many government and university officials. Students, they argued, were not laborers, and thus could not strike, but only boycott their classes. The move to reduce the student protest tactic to a consumer boycott was rapidly leveraged to delegitimize attempts to enforce the strike.…

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  • Pierre Trudeau Was The Prime Minister Of Canada

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau was born on the 18th of October 1919 in Montreal, Québec, and was the 15th Prime Minister of Canada. Before Trudeau became a politician he worked as an assistant professor until he was elected as a new Liberal to the House of Commons (Pierre Elliott Trudeau, 22 Nov 2014). Trudeau was the Prime Minister of Canada from 20th of April 1968 to 4th of June 1979, and again from March 3 1980 to June 29 1984. Even after his death in 28th of September 2000 he is still known as…

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  • Discrimination In Canadian History

    Issues with the French in Quebec, Chilean refugees, and with First Nations land claims were all problems in Canada’s society after the wars. First, the French in Quebec were worried about the survival of the French language, culture, and the separate identity of Quebec. After the wars were over, French Canadien nationalism was spreading and getting more attention. A “Quiet Revolution” was born in the 1960s, but some felt the revolution was too ‘quiet.’ In 1963 the Front de Liberation du Quebec,…

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  • Analysis Of The Quebec Referendum 1995

    The Quebec Referendum, 1995 By: Mohamed Abdul On October 30th 1995, millions of Canadians tuned in to watch the final results of the second Quebec referendum. It would be the night that Canada stood silent. After the failure of the Meech Lake and the Charlottetown Accord, parti Quebecios government of Jacques Parizeau would launch the second referendum. As the final minutes started approaching, the winning side seemed to be clear, however, the difference between the votes for yes…

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