The war measures act
On July 24, 1967, the president of France, Charles De Gaulle raised his hands into a “V” for “Victory.” Then he spoke the words that startled a nation: “ Vive le Quebec libre!”- “Long live free Quebec.” These four words planted the idea of Quebec independence from Canada. During the year 1970, Quebec was in a state of war. The Front de Liberation du Quebec (FLQ), a separatist group, was terrorizing the province and
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a great country and shall become one of the greatest in the universe if we preserve it; we shall sink into insignificance and adversity if we suffer it to be broken.” This leads to the question; What will happen to Macdonald’s dream of a single nation “from sea to sea?” Will Canada remain united, or is it destined to beak apart? The answer lies within our future and with time it will be revealed.