No Canada?

November 1981
National Review;11/27/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 23, p1396
The article reports reluctance of Quebec to agree on a proposal to overhaul the Canadian constitution. The nine provinces have been convinced by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau to overhaul the constitution. This move by the nine provinces is expected to further fuel separatist politics in Quebec, which is the poorest among the provinces.


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