Here is a very rudimentary picture of the rise of Quebec nationalism. Through the nationalization of the electrical industry and the Quiet Revolution to the War Measures Act (WMA) and eventually the push for Quebec to sign the Canadian Constitution. All of this while the rest of Canada debated the idea of civil liberties within the Canadian context.

This is meant to simply describe the role of national identity within the complicated nature of Canadian politics and identity. enjoy!

Ri1 - Quebec thinking (1960 - 1980s)

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