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The Constitution Today - Nov. 27, 2012.docx

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Political Studies
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POLS 303
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Joe Garcea

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The Constitution Today November-27-12 12:12 PM Has been debated hotly for two decades. The end of mega-constitutional rounds:  The feds/provinces’ landscape has changed considerably since 1999.  The Clarity Act (so-called Plan B) seems to have been a catalyst to weakening sovereigntist forces in Quebec.  Liberal leader Jean Charest’s time in office was not marked by constitutional questions.  The new premier, Pauline Marois has not indicated that she will deviate from Charest’s politician. Other Quebec issues:  Harper’s “open federalism,” while ill-defined, is not antagonistic to many demands from Quebec.  Harper’s “Quebec as a nation in a united Canada” has been lukewarm in Quebec, but indicates a federal government that’s willin
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