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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, as long as they cut all economic and military support from Canada

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@98554TRfrom Washington  answered…15hrs

Yes if they vote on it and all transfer payments from the west be stopped.

@97JL3NKfrom British Columbia  answered…3wks

Increase relations with Quebec and focus on issues they want to solve

@97BRZXPfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

last i checked legally their is no mechanism in the canadian constitution for separation, but if they must have it high turn out (80-90%) election with over 60% voting yes and no questions asked. otherwise the complaint of separatists always leaves out other french canadian communities of canada ignoring them in a self centered bid for power and relevance

@937ZKJ5from Ontario  answered…6mos

Yes. Pay their debt first and then they are cut off completely from us. No aid No anything from us.

@936KWVLfrom Alberta  answered…6mos

@936GP2VPeople’s Partyfrom Alberta  answered…6mos

They can have their sovereignty so long as Alberta can have theirs as well

@92G9SFNfrom Manitoba  answered…7mos

Use military force to neutralize the people who want a different nation.

@8ZX5HSVLiberalfrom Alberta  answered…8mos

No, as Quebecois people have been considered a nation within Canada, and their rights are protected by the Constitution and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

@8ZT5SNWfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

@8ZR6F7Tfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

They should have to vote with 51% agreeing to leave Canada. They would have to pay for their share of the debt, pay for any buildings or land currently owned by the federal government, and pay market costs for the houses of anyone who wishes to move (or first and last month rent and moving expenses of anyone wishing to leave, before separation. They would also have to implement their own currency.

@8Z85DBVfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

@8YL8VP2from Quebec  answered…10mos

@8XMLGT4from British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8XKLVJYPeople’s Partyfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

No, this is seditious and to enact upon it in Parliament would be an act of treason

@8XGDB2Zfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8WZT74Jfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

As long as they take their share of the debt and have no economic or military ties to Canada

@8WNNXKWfrom Quebec  answered…1yr

Québec should seek as much autonomy as possible, but remain a part of Canada

@8W4BGQ5New Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes! Get rid of Quebec and remove French as our second language. Also remove all economic and military ties with them and make them pay for their share of debt!

@8VWGHCQfrom Newfoundland  answered…1yr

No, it would cause problems for people travelling between Atlantic Canada and the Mainland

@8VW29Z5from Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VTCRZCfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

It won’t solve their problems and would make things more difficult for them. If they leave, they should not get any benefits to being in close proximity to this country. If they leave, they will make things harder for the East coast which isn’t good (since they thrive on tourism and that would likely make tourism harder) I don’t think it’s necessary for them and instead they should try to enjoy being apart of Canada and lessen their focus on leaving

@8VT966Bfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

yes but they run as their own country with zero funding/aid and take their share of debt

@8VDFY38from British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes as long as they take their share of the debt and sever all economic and military support from Canada plus repay the billions in equalization payments provided to keep them afloat.

@8VBS9WBfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VBS2FBConservativefrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@Tbird704New Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

No, independence will destabilize the nation and divide our nation’s people for generations

@8V6CPT2from Ontario  answered…1yr

The question of Quebec independence should be voted on by Quebecers and by the rest of Canada, as it will affect the entire country. A two-third majority should be required for a vote to pass.

@8V5WF4Kfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

If they take on their share of the national debt, and relinquish all military & economic support, yes. Let them become their own country IF they are willing to handle all that entails.

@8V4VSKMfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Let the citizens of Quebec vote on it, and if yes then they take on their share of debt

@8V445HFfrom Quebec  answered…1yr

Yes, as long as they cut all economic and military support from Canada, but then take them over through military force and abolish all of their french rights they used to have and reclaim the land for Canada

@Canadian1from Ontario  answered…1yr

Absolutely NOT. Quebec is a part of Canada, period. No political party should exist that is attempting to sever it from Canada. This is ridiculous really, seeing as our elections are for Canada as a nation. They need to accept that they are forever Canadian. (I was born there btw)

@8V3CSNRfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8TZ48GPfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Quebec is in the middle of multiple provinces and therefor they technically can not be their own country or leave Canada properly.

@8TYN53SLibertarianfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Let Quebec go away who cares about that mistake of a province full of French communists.

@8TWY7NVCommunistfrom Prince Edward Island  answered…1yr

I am for the dissolution of the state but First Nations land back should be a prerequisite of Quebec departing Canada.

@8TWDTHBConservativefrom Alberta  answered…1yr

No, but this is a complex matter. Asymmetric Federalism is the better option, but it should also be extended to other jurisdictions like Western Canada.

@8TVBXKHfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but only with vast majority voting in favour, and with the cutting of all economic, military, health care support, etc

@8TV8KKXChristian Heritagefrom Newfoundland  answered…1yr

Build a 20’ high wall around Quebec and flood it with raw sewage


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