List of subjects related to the Quebec independence movement

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This is a list of subjects related to the Quebec independence movement.

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History[edit]

New FranceThe ConquestProvince of QuebecConstitutional Act of 1791Lower CanadaDeclaration of IndependenceRepublic of Lower CanadaAct of UnionCanada EastConfederationQuebecReference re Secession of QuebecMore...

Events[edit]

Assemblée des six-comtésPatriotes RebellionFrancoeur MotionQuiet RevolutionVive le Québec libre speechOctober CrisisLe 15 novembre1980 Quebec referendumPatriation of the ConstitutionNight of the Long KnivesDemise of the Meech Lake AccordCharlottetown Accord referendum1995 Quebec referendum

World philosophies[edit]

Classical liberalismRepublicanismResponsible governmentSecularismAnti-imperialismNation-stateSelf-determinationSeparatismDecolonizationDirect actionSocialismSocial democracyKeynesian economicsWelfare stateSupranational unionCultural diversity

Quebec concepts[edit]

Quebec nationalismSovereigntismSovereignty-AssociationPur et durBeau risqueThe Three Periods

Organizations[edit]

Parti patrioteFils de la libertéFrères ChasseursSaint-Jean-Baptiste SocietyAlliance laurentienneRassemblement pour l'indépendance nationaleFront de libération du QuébecParti QuébécoisBloc QuébécoisQuébec solidaire

Books and documents[edit]

Declaration of independence of Lower CanadaPour la patrieLa fatigue culturelle du Canada françaisProchain épisodePourquoi je suis séparatisteNègres blancs d'AmériqueÉgalité ou indépendanceAn Option for QuebecFLQ ManifestoThe Black Book of English Canada

Films[edit]

OrdersComfort and IndifferenceElvis Gratton – October – Quand je serai parti... vous vivrez encoreFebruary 15, 1839

Songs[edit]

Un Canadien errantGens du paysIl me reste un paysMon Pays

Other works & symbols[edit]

Patriote FlagFlag of QuebecLe Vieux de '37Colonne de la libertéL'Assemblée des six-comtésSpeak White

Leaders[edit]

Marquis de MontcalmLouis-Joseph PapineauLudger DuvernayJean-Olivier ChénierChevalier de LorimierWolfred NelsonRobert NelsonHonoré MercierRaymond BarbeauMarcel ChaputRené LévesquePierre BourgaultDaniel Johnson, SrLise PayetteGuy BouthillierJean DorionJacques ParizeauLucien BouchardBernard LandryMore...

Intellectuals[edit]

André D'AllemagneAndrée FerrettiFrançois-Albert AngersMichel SeymourMichel Venne

Artists[edit]

Henri JulienJules-Paul TardivelHubert AquinGilles VigneaultGaston MironMichèle LalondeJean DuceppePaul PichéClaude GauthierPierre FalardeauLoco Locass

Trade unionists[edit]

Michel ChartrandLouis LabergeGérald Larose

Felquistes[edit]

Pierre VallièresPaul RoseRaymond VilleneuveJacques Lanctôt

Nationalists for Canadian independence[edit]

Henri BourassaOlivar AsselinAndré LaurendeauCamillien Houde

Federal figures[edit]

Lester B. PearsonPierre Elliott TrudeauBrian MulroneyJean ChrétienStéphane Dion

Foreign figures[edit]

James WolfeJeffrey AmherstQueen VictoriaLord AylmerLord SeatonLord DurhamCharles HindelangCharles de GaulleMichel RocardElizabeth IIPhilippe SéguinJacques ChiracBill Clinton

Counter-actions[edit]

Durham ReportRebellion Losses BillWar Measures ActPartition of QuebecOption CanadaCalgary DeclarationQuebec bashingSponsorship scandalClarity Act

Influences[edit]

Age of EnlightenmentFrench RevolutionAmerican RevolutionIrish nationalismUpper Canada RebellionDecolonization of the AmericasDecolonization of AfricaBlack nationalismEuropean UnionVelvet Divorce

See also[edit]