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  1. 1837-1838 armed conflicts
  2. 1837 and my connection with it
  3. 1995 referendum on sovereignty: who really won?
  4. 50th anniversary of On the Road - Kerouac wanted to write in French
  5. A Biographical Sketch of the Hon. Louis Joseph Papineau, Speaker of the House of Assembly of Lower Canada
  6. A Deep Sense of Wrong
  7. A History of Canadian Wealth
  8. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter I
  9. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter II
  10. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter III
  11. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter IV
  12. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter IX
  13. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter V
  14. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter VI
  15. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter VII
  16. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter VIII
  17. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter X
  18. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter XI
  19. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter XII
  20. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter XIII
  21. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter XIV
  22. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter XV
  23. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter XVI
  24. A History of Canadian Wealth/Chapter XVII
  25. A History of Canadian Wealth/Preface
  26. A History of Quebec, its resources and people
  27. A Letter to Canadians: A study made for the Intellectuels pour la souveraineté (IPSO)
  28. A People's History of Quebec
  29. A Québec that lets its wings open
  30. A Reminiscence of '49. Who burnt the Parliament Buildings?
  31. A Song for Quebec
  32. A State project to counter liberalized capital
  33. A Warning to Belfast
  34. A Yankee in Canada
  35. A Yes for Change
  36. A few important facts
  37. A joy to read: Lionel Groulx
  38. A legal opinion on international law, language and the future of French-speaking Canada
  39. Act to provide that the English Language shall be the Official Language of the Province of Manitoba
  40. Action: The October Crisis of 1970
  41. Address of the Confederation of the Six Counties to the People of Canada
  42. Address of the Constitutional Association of Montreal to the Inhabitants of British America
  43. Address of the Constitutional Association of the City of Montreal to the Inhabitants of the Sister Colonies
  44. Address of the Fils de la liberté of Montreal to the young people of the colonies of North America
  45. Address of the Hon. L.J. Papineau to the electors of the West Ward of Montreal
  46. Address of the Sons of Liberty of Montreal to the Young Men of the North American Colonies
  47. Address to the people of Canada
  48. Advisory memorandum regarding the effect of independence of Quebec upon treaties and agreements with the United States of America
  49. Alexis de Tocqueville
  50. Alfred Perry
  51. Allocution de René Lévesque prononcée devant les membres de l'Assemblée nationale française, le 2 novembre 1977
  52. Allophones
  53. Amerindians and Inuit
  54. An Act Respecting the Future of Québec
  55. An Act for granting certain Powers to The British American Land Company
  56. An Act for making more effectual Provision for the Government of the Province of Quebec in North America
  57. An Act respecting the exercise of the fundamental rights and prerogatives of the Québec people and the Québec State
  58. An Act to declare persons of the Jewish Religion entitled to all of the rights and privileges of the other subjects of His Majesty in this Province
  59. An Act to give effect to certain resolutions passed by Imperial Conferences held in the years 1926 and 1930
  60. An Act to give effect to the requirement for clarity as set out in the opinion of the Supreme Court of Canada in the Quebec Secession Reference
  61. An Act to regulate the Trade of the Provinces of Lower and Upper-Canada, and for other purposes relating to the said Provinces
  62. An Act to reunite the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, and for the Government of Canada
  63. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas
  64. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter I
  65. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter II
  66. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter III
  67. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter IV
  68. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter IX
  69. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter V
  70. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter VI
  71. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter VII
  72. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter VIII
  73. An Impartial and Authentic Account of the Civil War in the Canadas/Chapter X
  74. An Independent Quebec. The Past, the Present and the Future
  75. An Open Letter in Support of the Student Strike in Québec
  76. André D'Allemagne
  77. Andrée Ferretti
  78. Anglophones
  79. Annexation Manifesto
  80. Annual Report of the General Committee of the Montreal Constitutional Association
  81. Answer to A Warning to Belfast
  82. Archibald Acheson, 2nd Earl of Gosford
  83. Articles of Capitulation of Montreal
  84. Augustin-Norbert Morin
  85. Bernard Landry
  86. Bill for Uniting the Legislatures of the Provinces of Lower and Upper Canada
  87. Bloc Québécois
  88. Blogging for independence
  89. Bonhomme strikes back
  90. Books
  91. Books in French
  92. Bouchard-Taylor Commission - The linguistic analysis is misleading
  93. Bougainville on the Canadiens
  94. Brexit aftermath: Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on 'leave' vote win
  95. Brief Sketch of the Life and Times of the Hon. Louis Joseph Papineau
  96. Brief in Support of the Petition of the Inhabitants of Lower Canada
  97. Brief submitted to the Committee on Institutions, responsible for conducting a broad consultation on Bill 99
  98. Building Partnership in the Americas
  99. CASA to The Montreal Star, June 3, 1979
  100. Canada Tenures Act
  101. Canadian Constitutional Charter, 1971
  102. Canadian federalism and the autonomy of Québec: A historical viewpoint
  103. Canadien or Canadian
  104. Categories:Publication years
  105. Charles Castonguay
  106. Charles James Fox
  107. Charles Poulett Thomson, 1st Baron Sydenham
  108. Charles Richard Ogden
  109. Charter of human rights and freedoms
  110. Charter of the French language
  111. Common declaration of sovereignist and federalist intellectuals from Canada and Québec
  112. Con arguments
  113. Consensus Report on the Constitution (Charlottetown Accord)
  114. Constitution
  115. Constitutional Accord of 1987 (Meech Lake)
  116. Constitutional Act of 1791
  117. Constitutional saga
  118. Culture of Québec
  119. Current events
  120. Dan Aykroyd pitches passion for Quebec
  121. Daniel O'Connell
  122. Daniel O'Connell's Speech in the British House of Commons on July 4th, 1839
  123. Daniel O'Connell's Speech in the British House of Commons on March 6th, 1837
  124. Daniel Tracey
  125. Daniel Turp
  126. Daniel Turp/Courses
  127. David Payne
  128. Debates on the 1st Quebec Government Bill (1774)
  129. Debates on the 2nd Quebec Government Bill (1791)
  130. Declaration in Defense of Quebec's Right to Self-Determination
  131. Declaration of Independence of Lower Canada
  132. Declaration of Independence of Lower Canada (2007 translation)
  133. Declaration of the Causes which led to the formation of the Constitutional Association of Quebec, and of the Objects for which it has been formed
  134. Defence of French, Defence of a Society
  135. Democracy
  136. Denis-Benjamin Viger
  137. Denis Monière
  138. Diary of a Fils de la liberté
  139. Dissentient opinion of Lord Brougham on John Russell's Ten Resolutions
  140. Divers documents addressed to the Honorable Louis Joseph Papineau, speaker of the House of Assembly, by the Honorable Denis B. Viger
  141. Diversity
  142. Economy of Québec
  143. Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan
  144. Edmund Burke
  145. Edward Alexander Theller
  146. English-speaking friends of Québec
  147. English speakers for the independence of Québec
  148. Epistle to General Haldimand
  149. Equality
  150. Esquisse de la vie et de l'époque de l'honorable Louis-Joseph Papineau
  151. Ethical Reflections on Bill 101
  152. Excerpt of L'homme rapaillé by Gaston Miron
  153. Excerpt of Quebec Now by Miriam Chapin
  154. Excerpt of The Cultural Fatigue of French Canada by Hubert Aquin
  155. Excerpt of The Question of Separatism: Quebec and the Struggle over Sovereignty by Jane Jacobs
  156. Excerpt of Why I Am a Separatist by Marcel Chaput
  157. Excerpt of a Letter to Alliance Quebec by René Lévesque
  158. FAQ
  159. Family Without a Name
  160. Farewell, Spain?
  161. Fo Niemi is requested at the restaurant Les Bridés
  162. For Political and Oil Independence
  163. For a Sovereign Quebec
  164. For a nationalism open to pluralist citizenship
  165. For an Independent Quebec
  166. Forgotten history
  167. Francis Bond Head
  168. Francis Maseres
  169. Francis Simard
  170. Francoeur Motion
  171. Francophones
  172. François-Joseph Cugnet
  173. Freeing the silenced tongue
  174. French, a Language in Exile
  175. French Canada and the early decades of British rule. 1760-1791
  176. French Canadian Ingratitude and Disloyalty
  177. French Canadianism
  178. From London to Ottawa, State terrorism in the history of Quebec
  179. From the "winning conditions" to the "significant conditions"
  180. From the cultural nation to the political nation
  181. From the nation to citizenship
  182. Fundamental law, or fundamental flaw?
  183. Gaston Miron
  184. George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie
  185. Gilbert Paquette
  186. Gilles Duceppe
  187. Globalization renders sovereignty more necessary and urgent than ever
  188. Grand Meeting of the Confederation of the Six Counties in Saint-Charles
  189. Gregory Baum on nationalism
  190. Guy Bouthillier
  191. Henry David Thoreau
  192. Henry Milner
  193. Henry Samuel Chapman
  194. Histoire du Québec
  195. History
  196. History of Quebec For Dummies
  197. History of our movements
  198. History of the Insurrection in Canada in refutation of the report of Lord Durham
  199. History written by the victor
  200. Hubert Aquin
  201. Illustrious visitors' commentaries on Quebec
  202. In Praise of Small Countries
  203. Indirect Rule
  204. Individual Bilingualism and Collective Bilingualism
  205. Inhabitants of Montreal to the Committee of Safety
  206. Institutional bilingualism
  207. Institutions
  208. Intellectuels pour la souveraineté
  209. Jacques Ferron
  210. Jacques Parizeau
  211. James Mackintosh
  212. James Stuart
  213. Jane Jacobs
  214. Jean-François Lisée
  215. Joel Garreau
  216. John Arthur Roebuck
  217. John Arthur Roebuck's Speech in the British House of Commons on April 15th, 1834
  218. John Arthur Roebuck's Speech in the British House of Commons on January 22nd, 1838
  219. John Arthur Roebuck's Speech in the British House of Commons on March 6, 1837
  220. John Arthur Roebuck's Speech in the British House of Commons on March 9th, 1835
  221. John Colborne
  222. John George Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham
  223. John Neilson
  224. John Russell's Speech in the British House of Commons on January 16, 1838
  225. John Russell's Speech in the British House of Commons on March 6th, 1837
  226. John Stuart Mill
  227. Jonathan Sewell
  228. Joseph Facal
  229. Key concepts to understand Quebec politics
  230. Kosovo and Us
  231. L'Action nationale
  232. Laurier-Greenway Compromise of 1896
  233. Leaders of the Parti Québécois
  234. Legislations
  235. Let us assume the Quebec identity in its complexity
  236. Letter addressed to the Speakers of the Several Assemblies in the British North American Colonies
  237. Letter from Alex Salmond to the Parti Québécois
  238. Letter from L. J. Papineau and J. Neilson, Esqs., Addressed to His Majesty's Under Secretary of State on the Subject of the Proposed Union of the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada
  239. Letter from Louis-Joseph Papineau to George Bancroft - December 18, 1837
  240. Letter from Louis-Joseph Papineau to Robert John Wilmot - December 16, 1822
  241. Letter to National Geographic Magazine
  242. Letter to the Inhabitants of the Province of Canada
  243. Letter to the Inhabitants of the Province of Quebec
  244. Letter to the oppressed Inhabitants of Canada
  245. Links
  246. List of organizations advocating the independence of Quebec
  247. List of people in the history of Quebec
  248. List of the political adversaries to the emancipation of the people of Quebec
  249. List of the public meetings held in Lower Canada between May and November 1837
  250. List of translations done for this site
  251. London Resolutions of 1866
  252. Louis-Joseph Papineau
  253. Louis Riel
  254. Louise Beaudoin
  255. Lucien Bouchard
  256. Ludger Duvernay
  257. Main Page
  258. Maka Kotto
  259. Manifesto for a national coalition
  260. Manifesto of the Action libérale nationale
  261. Manifesto of the Alliance laurentienne
  262. Manifesto of the Front de libération du Québec
  263. Manifesto of the Parti républicain du Québec
  264. Manifesto of the Rassemblement pour l'indépendance nationale
  265. Manifesto of the St. John the Baptiste Society of Quebec for a National Convention of French Canadians in Quebec City on June 24, 1880
  266. Marc Chevrier
  267. Marcel Chaput
  268. Maurice Séguin
  269. Media in Quebec
  270. Meeting of the Irish and British Reformers of Quebec
  271. Meeting of the loyal citizens of Montreal at Place d'Armes
  272. Meeting with English-speaking sovereignists. Québec, my country
  273. Memorandum for the Cabinet Committee on Security and Intelligence, December 17, 1969
  274. Michel Brunet
  275. Michel Seymour
  276. Militantism and the National Question
  277. Miriam Chapin
  278. Myths and fallacies about Québec
  279. Métis Bill of Rights
  280. National Solidarity and Social Solidarity
  281. Nationalism
  282. Nationalism and social movements against market hegemony
  283. Newsroom
  284. Notes of Alexis de Tocqueville in Lower Canada
  285. Now or never! Manifesto for an independent Quebec
  286. Observation on the current state of Canada and the political dispositions of its inhabitants
  287. October
  288. On free trade, the rights of multinationals and the dilemma of the State
  289. Open letter in support of the democratic right to self-determination for Quebec
  290. Opening Speech of the 14th National Congress of the Parti Québécois
  291. Opinions by individual militants
  292. Option Québec
  293. Orders
  294. Origin and historical record of the separatist idea in French Canada
  295. Original French quotes
  296. Other independence movements
  297. Ottawa helped France block René Lévesque from going to Algeria for 1958 referendum
  298. Our Republic in America
  299. Parliamentary Speech of 1848
  300. Parti Québécois
  301. Petition from the French Inhabitants to the King on the Subject of the Administration of Justice
  302. Petition of Ancient and New Subjects for a House of Assembly, 1784
  303. Petition of the Counties in the District of Quebec and of the County of Warwick, District of Montreal
  304. Petition of the Counties in the Districts of Montreal and Three Rivers
  305. Petition of the Inhabitants of the Townships of Lower Canada in favour of Uniting the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada under one Legislature
  306. Petition of the London Merchants, 1764
  307. Petition of the London Working Men's Association in favour of the People of Canada
  308. Petition of the New Subjects, 1773
  309. Petition of the Quebec Traders, 1764
  310. Petition of the Seigneurs of the Lands and the Proprietors of the Fiefs of the District of Montreal, 1767
  311. Petition of the citizens of Quebec for the establishment of a University
  312. Pierre-Stanislas Bédard
  313. Pierre Bourgault
  314. Pierre Elliott Trudeau
  315. Pierre Falardeau
  316. Pierre Godin
  317. Pierre Vallières
  318. Pierre du Calvet
  319. Plan for a House of Assembly, 1784
  320. Political Testament of Louis-Joseph Papineau
  321. Political parties
  322. Politics in the New Quebec
  323. Polysemy in the Quebec debate
  324. Preliminary statement of Quebec Premier Lucien Bouchard, on the day following the rendering of the Opinion of the Supreme Court of Canada on the federal government's Reference on Secession
  325. Pro arguments
  326. Proclamation of Independence, 1803
  327. Proclamation of the Irish Republic
  328. Programme of the Rassemblement pour l'indépendance nationale
  329. Propositions on reform of electoral laws
  330. Prospectus for a periodical paper
  331. Quebec's language planning policy: Israeli perspective
  332. Quebec, Israel and the Jewish community - Speech by Premier of Quebec Bernard Landry
  333. Quebec: A Good Neighbour in Transition
  334. Quebec: a modern, pluralist, distinct society
  335. Quebec Sovereignty: A Legitimate Goal
  336. Quebec and Catalonia
  337. Quebec and Estonia
  338. Questions submitted and proposed to Messrs Powell, Adhemar and de Lisle by the Baron Maseres with the answers of these Messrs, given in their meeting on March 13, 1784
  339. Quotes
  340. Québec's legitimacy does not need the Supreme Court blessing
  341. Québec-Canada: A New Deal. The Québec Government Proposal for a New Partnership Between Equals: Sovereignty-Association
  342. Québec during the American invasion, 1775-1776. The journal of François Baby, Gabriel Taschereau, and Jenkin Williams
  343. RCMP eyed philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre during tense Quebec political upheaval
  344. Radical Party and Canada: Lord Durham and the Canadians
  345. Range of attitudes toward Québec
  346. Range of attitutes
  347. Rassemblement pour l'indépendance nationale
  348. Raymond Barbeau
  349. Reference re Secession of Quebec
  350. Refus global Manifesto
  351. Regulation 17
  352. René Lévesque
  353. Reply of the Central and Permanent Committee of the County of Montreal to the Address of the London Working Men's Association
  354. Report from the Select Committee on the Civil Government of Canada
  355. Report of Attorney and Sollicitor General, relative to the Civil Government of the province of Quebec
  356. Report of the Quebec Constitutional Association
  357. Report on the Affairs of British North America
  358. Report to the Lords of the Committee for Plantation Affairs, on several papers relative to Ordinances & Constitutions made by the Governor of Quebec
  359. Report to the Lords of the Committee for Plantation Affairs, on several papers relative to Ordinances and Constitutions made by the Governor of Quebec
  360. Resolution of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Quebec on Irish Affairs, with the reply thereto
  361. Resolution of the Parliament of Canada recognizing Quebec as a distinct society within Canada
  362. Resolutions intended to be proposed by Lord John Russell, in a committee of the whole house, relative to the affairs of Canada
  363. Resolutions of the Berthier Meeting
  364. Resolutions of the Deschambault Meeting
  365. Resolutions of the La Malbaie Meeting
  366. Resolutions of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec against Measure of Coercion and for Irish Home Rule
  367. Resolutions of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec in favour of Irish Home Rule
  368. Resolutions of the Meeting of the Electors of the City and Suburbs of Quebec held at Malhiot's Hotel, 13th December 1827
  369. Resolutions of the Quebec Meeting
  370. Resolutions of the Quebec Meeting (Patriot)
  371. Resolutions of the Saint-François-du-Lac Meeting on seigniorial tenure
  372. Resolutions of the Saint-Laurent Meeting
  373. Resolutions of the Saint-Ours Meeting
  374. Resolutions of the Sainte-Croix Meeting
  375. Resolutions of the St-Polycarpe Meeting
  376. Robert Burns
  377. Robert Nelson
  378. Robin Philpot
  379. Royal Proclamation of 1763
  380. Réveil. Waking Up French
  381. Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society
  382. Second Manifesto
  383. Situation of English speakers in Québec
  384. Speech Given in Verchères in the Context of the 2001 Leadership Campaign of the Parti Québécois
  385. Speech before the members of the Woodrow-Wilson Center and the Hudson Institute
  386. Speech of Louis-Joseph Papineau for a public meeting at the Bonsecours market
  387. Speech of Louis J. Papineau, Esqr. on the Hustings, at the Opening of the Election for the West Ward of the City of Montreal, on the 11th of August, 1827
  388. Speech of Michel Bastarache, judge at the Supreme Court of Canada, on September 14, 2004
  389. Speech of Yves Michaud before the Commission of the Estates-General on the Situation and Future of the French Language in Quebec
  390. Speech of the Premier of Quebec, Mr. Lucien Bouchard, before the Anglophone community of Quebec
  391. Speech of the Premier of Quebec Mr. Bernard Landry, at the time of the signature of the final agreement between the government of Quebec and the Grand Council of the Crees
  392. St. John the Baptist's Day Banquet in Montreal on June 24, 1834
  393. Stanley Bréhaut Ryerson
  394. States that have gained their independence since 1943
  395. Statistics
  396. Studies
  397. System of Government for Canada
  398. Terminology
  399. Territorial integrity of Quebec in the event of the attainment of sovereignty
  400. The 15 resolutions adopted during the 1967 National assizes of the Estates General of French Canada
  401. The 31 resolutions adopted during the 1969 National assizes of the Estates General of French Canada
  402. The Address of L. J. Papineau to the Electors of St. Maurice and Huntingdon
  403. The Address of the London Working Men's Association to the People of Canada
  404. The Amnesty
  405. The Canadians of Old
  406. The Case for a Sovereign Quebec
  407. The Case of Peter du Calvet
  408. The Charter of the French language in the Baltic States
  409. The Committee of Correspondence of Boston to the Inhabitants of the Province of Quebec
  410. The Declaration of the Reformers of the City of Toronto to their Fellow-Reformers in Upper Canada
  411. The Decolonization of Quebec
  412. The English-speaking Community. An Integral Part of a Sovereign Québec
  413. The English of Québec
  414. The FLQ: Our Position
  415. The Free French to their Canadian Brothers
  416. The Hon. Louis-Joseph Papineau's Address to the Electors of the City of Montreal
  417. The Insurgent Prince
  418. The Irish of Quebec: at the crossroads of two cultures
  419. The Man from Quebec with a Message for Scotland
  420. The Nine Nations of North America
  421. The Ninety-Two Resolutions of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada
  422. The Parti Québécois: For or Against Independence?
  423. The Rebellions of 1837 and 1838 in Lower Canada
  424. The Riot that Never Was
  425. The Union and Nationality
  426. The Vindicator
  427. The challenge of diversity
  428. The influence of Quebec's language planning policy abroad
  429. The influence of Quebec's language planning policy abroad: Wales
  430. The issue of Quebec's sovereignty and its potential impact on the United States
  431. The moral basis of the claim of the Republic of Ireland for official recognition
  432. The myth of a fascist Quebec
  433. The principles and means of Québec's language policy
  434. The problem of bilingualism in Lituania today
  435. The real strength of French in Quebec
  436. The suite et (we hope) fin to the little debate about the census
  437. The three founding peoples of Quebec
  438. Thinking the Quebec nation
  439. Thomas Storrow Brown
  440. To get out of the survival
  441. To put an end to ethnic voting
  442. To the Honorable the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses, the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament Assembled
  443. Translations of poems and lyrics
  444. Treaty of Paris of 1763
  445. Trudeau's Darkest Hour
  446. United States Declaration of Independence
  447. United for the independence of our country
  448. Utilisateur:Liberlogos/Finished drafts
  449. Victor-Lévy Beaulieu
  450. Was Quebec fascist in 1942?
  451. What is the real force of attraction of French in Quebec? A critical analysis of the improvement of the situation of French observed in 2001
  452. Who Really Won When Quebec Voted "No"?
  453. Who are we? Where are we going?
  454. Why We are Sovereignist
  455. Why does it not simply eliminate all questions on ethnic origin and religion?
  456. William Lovett
  457. William Lyon Mackenzie
  458. Wolfred Nelson
  459. Yves Michaud
  460. Yves Michaud's letter to the Canadian Jewish Congress

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