9 pages matching Canadian duality in this book
Results 1-3 of 9
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
American Anciens Canadiens Anglo-Quebecers Anglophones aspects assimilation become Bishop Briand British Canadian duality Canadian identity Canadian political Canadien Church Carleton century CHAPTER Charter of Rights clause collective identity colony conquered Conqueror Conquest consequences of Quebec's constitutional controlled by Francophones country's defeat difficult distinct society dynamic economic elites England English Canada ethnic exclusively French fact fear federal France Franco-Americans Francophones free trade French Canadians French image French language French Party French Power French Quebec French regime governor ideal important independence individual Institute integration l'Institut Laurier Loyalists majority Meech Lake Accord Montreal multiculturalism Murray Ontario Ottawa phenomenon Pierre Elliot Trudeau political consequences political power population Premier Prime Minister principal problem province Quebec Act Quebec and Canadian Quebec City Quebec government Quebec identity Quebec nationalism Quebec society Quebec's specificity Quebecois Quiet Revolution recognition recognized Referendum refusal region rest side tion today's Quebec Toronto Trudeau unilingual veto wanted weakening West
All Book Search results »