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André Binette

  • Canada’s 150th: A Québécois view

    So Canada celebrates two national holidays: the United Kingdom’s and the one called Canada Day, referring to “Confederation,” on July 1. Neither has any relation to its independence. Canada does not celebrate the date of its accession to independence, which legally occurred on December 11, 1931 through the adoption of a British law called the Statute of Westminster. Why?

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