Setting out the procedures for constitutional change
A sharing of jurisdictions between the federal government and Quebec
Framework for federal spending powers
Reform of intergovernmental policies
In a speech to delegates of the ADQ, party leader Mario Dumont, on May 8, 2006, Dumont said that Quebec should seek to re-open negotiations with the federal government over Quebec's status in Confederation, and should eventually ratify the Constitution of Canada
The concept was first articulated by Maurice Duplessis and the conservative Union Nationale party which believed in greater provincial autonomy without independence from Canada.