As Quebec City Celebrates 400th Anniversary, Majority (63%) Of Quebecers Believe French Language Needs More Protection In Canada Compared With Only One In Ten (11%) In The Rest Of Canada

But Canadians Inside And Outside Of Quebec Agree (51% In Quebec, 57% In Rest Of Canada) That The Quebec Independence Movement Is ‘Dormant, But Ready To Start Up Again At Any Moment’

Thursday, July 03, 2008

Toronto, ON – As the country gathers to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Quebec City, a new Ipsos Reid poll finds that Quebecers and those living in the rest of Canada (“ROC”) have differing opinions on the significance of the event, the protection of the French language, and on other key points relating to Quebec’s place in...

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As Quebec City Celebrates 400th Anniversary, Majority (63%) Of Quebecers Believe French Language Needs More Protection In Canada Compared With Only One In Ten (11%) In The Rest Of Canada

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