Don't listen to the anglos propaganda, they are taking their dreams for a reality. There is a strong independentist movement in Quebec, and while last polls shows that they are weaker they still hold 40% of favorable opinions.
This will only go higher and higher, with the poor economic prospect and the general discontent with Trudeau and the rising tuition fees for college students.
If Juppé wins the French presidential election, this will also play a role in this. Another thing is the huge number of French people who have recently emigrated. They are young, well educated and some of the most zealous proponent of a Quebec Libre.
So oui, il y a pas mal de chances. Bien sur les anglophones te diront que "JAMAIS TU M'ENTENDS JAMAIS !!!11!!!" mais c'est des lavés du cerveaux. On espère tous que Juppé passera en France, c'est un ami du Quebec et il sait qu'avoir un pays français en Amérique du Nord serait un gain extraordinaire pour l'influence de la France dans le monde.
>>53199046 Why do you want independence? What will it give to you? Look at the Ukraine and other post-soviet states, they are all the shitholes because they wanted the independece. Frankophone world is much more narrow and slow than anglophone, the secession would bring you the slowing of your developing.
[i]Russian who whinkis about moving to Canada (Ontario especially)[/i]
Quebecois who still believe in independence are delusional children. The fact is that Quebec CAN NOT survive without the rest of the Canada. They are already the biggest welfare recipient out of all the provinces. They voted AGAINST independence TWICE.
The independence movement is totally fucking dead.
>>53199519 Try to learn about it, it may be useful for you. People in Ukraine have been arguing about languge for the 25 yers, eastern provinces wanted to separate themselves, and finalyy they have tried after the Crimea had happened. Now they got a fully devastated land without resources and perspectives.
>>53197404 Quebec will remain a culturally (and to some degree politically) distinct province of Canada far into the future. Little to nothing is likely to change as far as the relationship between Canada and Quebec. The most likely changes are in fact in the direction of federalism—but outside of Quebec, across all of the rest of Canada; that is, the other nine provinces being given the same autonomy Quebec currently possesses.
So, no. Quebec will not be 'integrated' into Anglophone Canada. But it will also remain a part of the Confederation.
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