The 1995 Quebec referendum: recalling a ‘near-death’ experience
Given the turmoil of the past two decades, we are better off in a united Canada. But like much of history, it is the myths that endure, not the facts.
Québec City, as seen from Lévis. This has been quite a year for anniversaries in Quebec, writes Andrew Caddell. They are an opportunity to feel old, to reminisce, and for some analysts, to offer a different take on history. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Wilfredor