- Counterpoints, Chapter 2, p 49 (Review)
- Counterpoints, Chapter 3, p 78 (Review)
- Counterpoints, Chapter 4, p 107 (Review)
- Counterpoints, Chapter 6, pp 182-183
- Counterpoints, Chapter 7, pp 217-221
- Counterpoints, Chapter 8, pp 257, 264
- PPT – Quebec Nationalism
Understand the significance of the following:
- Union Nationale
- Le Grande Noirceur
- Padlock Laws
- Maurice Duplessis
- The Quiet Revolution
- Jean Lesage
- Front du Liberation du Quebec (aka FLQ)
- Parti Quebecois (PQ)
- Rene Levesque
- Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism
- 1969 Official Languages Act
- October Crisis (& War Measures Act)
- Bill 101
- 1980 Referendum
- “distinct society”
- Clarity Act
Concepts to understand (test yourself):
- How would you describe Canada’s relationship with Quebec in the 20th Century? What does this say about our identity?
- Why was there a rise in separatism?
Reflection – Choose ONE of the following to write a reflection on:
- (Ethical Judgement/Evidence) To what extent was Canada’s interactions with Quebec an example of successful multiculturalism? (in the 20th century)
- (Ethical Judgement/Evidence) Have the French been treated as second class citizens in Canada? Explain using examples from the 20th Century.
- (Ethical Judgement) Should Quebec be given recognition as a distinct society in our constitution? Explain why or why not.
- (Continuity & Change/Evidence) Do some research online, what is the current status and feeling around Quebec Separatism? Provide some evidence.