Québec Wants to pen a new Deal

The Liberal Party told Canadians that, thanks to the Clarity Act, all was safe, and that Paul Martin would easily sweep Quebec in the last federal election. They said that this, on top of federalist Jean Charest’s victory in the Quebec election of 2003, would set to rest any problems on the Quebec constitutional front. Despite their arguments for provincial rights, the Conservatives proved unable to get a decent electoral showing in Quebec.

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