Does Quebec even have a right to separate?

No, because separation is a last resort, allowable only for protection

Does Quebec even have a right to separate?
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No, because separation is a last resort, allowable only for protection.

Is Quebec heavily subsidized by the rest of Canada?

Yes it is

Is Quebec heavily subsidized by the rest of Canada?
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Yes it is.

Quebec separatism a pretext to avoid reality

Pierre Karl Peladeau less an entrepreneur than a Russian-style oligarch

Quebec separatism a pretext to avoid reality
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Pierre Karl Peladeau less an entrepreneur than a Russian-style oligarch.

Canada’s energy advantage

Environmental groups fail to grasp the importance of the Energy East pipeline to both Canada and world economic stability

Canada’s energy advantage
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Environmental groups fail to grasp the importance of the Energy East pipeline to both Canada and world economic stability.

Quebec and the Economics of Diminishment

A separate Quebec would join a select group of indebted countries, including the US, with precarious public finances

Quebec and the Economics of Diminishment
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A separate Quebec would join a select group of indebted countries, including the US, with precarious public finances.

Jean Chretien’s Clarity Act not so clear after all

The act fails to inform Quebecers what Ottawa's negotiating mandate will be in the case of a yes vote

Jean Chretien’s Clarity Act not so clear after all
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The act fails to inform Quebecers what Ottawa’s negotiating mandate will be in the case of a yes vote.

Contrary to the nay-sayers, Montreal is thriving

Contrary to the nay-sayers, Montreal is thriving
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Montreal is ranked the 17th most important financial centre in the world, before Shanghai, Paris, Milan, and oh, Calgary.

Montreal: The city the world forgot

Montreal: The city the world forgot
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Montreal ‘“ and Quebec along with it ‘“ is increasingly an economic wasteland.

Why Quebecers and other Canadians don’t understand each other

Why Quebecers and other Canadians don’t understand each other
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Canada’s bijudicial system of law allows us unique insight into how cultures interact using their legal systems.

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