Should Quebec separate from Canada?
Quebec can't seperate?!!
That is another debate. But if a referendum for seperation would pass at 65% you can bet your ass we would seperate. I'm not saying it would be for the best but if Quebec democratically chooses to seperate than it can do so. What would you do? Attack us?
Because Quebec never signed on to the Constitution Act of 1982.
I agree that Quebecers are smart. Thats why they never vote to seperate. I do believe they could run a good government, Canada has had some good french Canadian Prime Ministers. But separatists have a habbit of lying to Quebecers, confusing the question of separation, and being racist (loosing because of the "ethnic" vote). Do you want that government running a Quebec country? Do you want "language police"?
Alberta is the ony province that should consider separation. It's a huge success story and the rest of the provinces must seem like baggage to Albertans. Separation involves enormous risks. That you're economically strong is essential.
It would be terrible if Quebec separated from Canada. Mostly for Quebec. They would have to inherit their share of the debt and they'd loose allot of business. Most of Canada’s history is in Quebec. It would be a shame if they did leave.
In Ottawa, allot of Federal government workers are from Quebec and live on the Quebec side of the Ottawa River. Would they be able to keep there jobs? If Quebec did separate then Canada wouldn't have to be bilingual. That would be great news for many Canadians who can’t get jobs because they are English, despite their university educations.
But all this is nonsense because Quebec can’t separate. They're not allowed. It's not legal. It's time Quebec grew up and became a part of the world. People immigrate to Quebec, they don’t want to separate. Will Montreal ever become a world city? Not with separatists 18th century mentality of preserving culture their culture and not accepting others.