The Deepening Canadian Crisis Over Quebec


Less than a year after the failure of a plan to resolve Canada's longstanding constitutional crisis, Quebec has thrown down the gauntlet to the rest of Canada: Either give the French-speaking province greater autonomy, or Quebec will set its own course. Opinion polls now say that Quebeckers overwhelmingly favor some form of independence. At the same time, many English-speaking Canadians would rather see Quebec break away than give in to its demands. But others say there is still room for compromise.

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