Reconquering Canada

Reconquering Canada

Quebec Federalists Speak up for Change

Book - 2008
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Fourteen of Quebec's leading thinkers dare to reimagine their province and its role within the Canadian federation.

Reconquering Canada is a breath of fresh air in the ongoing debate over Quebec's status within Canada. Fourteen leading Quebec personalities - politicians, militants, intellectuals, federalists all - invite Quebecers and other Canadians to embrace a new vision that affirms Quebec's autonomy and includes it in building a strong, federal Canada. Among the arguments:

former provincial justice minister Martin Cauchon looks at the evolution of the Constitution and argues that Quebec should sign it law professor Jean Leclair refutes the claim that nationality is exclusive, urging Quebecers to consider themselves Quebecers and Canadian UNESCO ambassador Marie Bernard-Meunier critiques the existing Canadian federal structure and makes a case for an elected Senate and a commitment to unity.
Publisher: Vancouver : Douglas & McIntyre, 2008.
ISBN: 9781553654131
Branch Call Number: 320.471049 REC
Characteristics: xi, 344 pages ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Pratte, André 1957-
Watson, Patrick 1929-


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