- The Quebec National Question
The National Question (in French: la Question nationale) is an expression referring to the discussion about the future status of Quebec within Canada, taking into consideration issues of autonomy, sovereignty, and independence.
Various political positions in answer to the national question
- Quebec sovereignty
- Independence with an economic union with Canada. See also: Sovereignty-association.
- Independence without an economic union with Canada.
- Quebec federalism
- Politics of Quebec
- 1980 Quebec referendum
- 1995 Quebec referendum
- État Québécois
- Commission on the Political and Constitutional Future of Quebec
- Robert Bourassa's speech on the end of the Meech Lake Accord
- Quebec nationalism
- Sovereigntist events and strategies
- Quebec sovereigntism
Politics of Quebec Lieutenant Governor Premier Opposition LeaderPauline Marois • Former Opposition Leaders Speaker of the Assembly Legislature Political parties Elections Current issues Other Canadian politics
- Quebec sovereignty
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