They'll argue that the separatist Parti Quebecois only won a minority government in the September election; some even suggest that it's 'the media' who are fanning the flames of this 'non-issue.'
Well — if the last 24 hours are any indication — Quebec sovereignty is still front and centre.
The winter session of Parliament began on Monday morning, with debate on a Bloc Quebecois private member's bill which, if passed, would repeal the Clarity Act — the Chretien-era bill which mandates a clear question and clear majority in any referendum in Quebec separation.
Later in the day on Monday, as explained by the Canadian Press, the NDP countered with their own Quebec secession bill dubbed the "Unity Act."
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"...the NDP’s unity bill specifies Parliament must be satisfied the referendum question was clear and there