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The study, unveiled Monday in Montreal, was conducted by a Quebec independence group with the help of partisan money from political parties — including the Parti Quebecois. The Estates-General on Quebec Sovereignty project is based on the input of 1, people in 13 regions across the province.
The report underlines a wide range of issues such as the end of the long-gun registry, the competing regional interests in energy policy, and how 27 new federal ridings have been created outside Quebec compared to only three within it. Paquette said the goal of the project was to identify problems with the Canadian Constitution and its effect on day-to-day life in Quebec. He said participants in the first phase included people from political, environmental, union and student groups.
The project, la Commission des Etats generaux sur la souverainete du Quebec, was launched 11 months ago. Panelists outed reporters at the new conference, which saw only one question from a French-language news outlet. The premier — who had promised to clash swords with Ottawa when she was elected — said the encounter actually went quite well.
A meeting between the federal and provincial ministers on the file, Diane Finley and Agnes Maltais, has been scheduled for Feb. The pro-independence premier was elected Sept. The two leaders had met for an introductory chat at a Francophonie summit in Africa late last year. On Friday, Harper was in Quebec attending a funding announcement for a ferry system in the provincial capital.
Harper made the announcement with Marois, whom he met with privately afterward. The PQ premier had earlier hyped her meeting with the Scottish nationalist leader Alex Salmond as a landmark opportunity to discuss separation strategies. That trip to Edinburgh has earned Marois ribbing from opponents and commentators back home. Some have also bemoaned her performance in an interview with the BBC, where she struggled with some English turns of phrase.
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