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    BILL C-01 QUEBEC SOVEREIGNTY

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    Post by HHOC Staff on Sat May 17, 2014 5:22 pm

    Quebec Sovereignty Act, 1970


    WHEREAS French and English tensions have existed since the creation of upper and lower Canada and have yet to fully cease;

    AND WHEREAS the current issue of Quebec’s insistence on separation cannot be taken lightly and should be it should be resolved through quick, hard, and succinct action in order to avoid events such as the 1918 Quebec City Riot from occurring;

    AND WHEREAS intense government reform may be required in order to aid the unification of all residents in Canada so as to lessen the current trend of segregation between the Canadians and the Canadiens;

    AND WHEREAS recent events such as the Quiet Revolution and the formation of the Parti Quebecois cannot be overlooked and must be responded to with maximum expediency and action;

    AND WHEREAS the resurfacing of a group like the Front de Liberation du Quebec may be possible and suppressive movements must be taken beforehand its occurrence;

    AND WHEREAS recent kidnappings of James Cross and Pierre Laporte should not be dismissed regardless of the current condition of the former hostages as the situation may not be over;

    AND WHEREAS there have been accusations of bias within the Federal Government when dealing with the Provinces;

    AND WHEREAS over 160 violent attacks have caused the deaths of 8 people and the injury of dozens more since 1963;

    AND WHEREAS many of these attacks have been focused on Quebec and its relationship within Canada;

    AND WHEREAS all people of Canada, and by extension, every province of Canada, are equal in the eyes of the Law, with none getting treatment any better nor worse than their peers;



    AND WHEREAS Quebecois citizens are unsatisfied with the decisions executed on behalf of Canada and are resorting to violent measures intended to coerce agreements;

    AND WHEREAS Canada does not have a protection plan for high-ranking government officials;

    AND WHEREAS The FLQ have been putting bombs all around Québec, mostly in mail boxes;

    AND WHEREAS the Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) has claimed responsibility for over 10 terrorist attacks since March 7 1963;

    AND WHEREAS The Punishment for associating yourself with terrorist activity outline in the Criminal Code of Canada (83.27) states “notwithstanding anything in this Act, a person convicted of an indictable offence, other than an offence for which a sentence of imprisonment for life is imposed as a minimum punishment, where the act or omission constituting the offence also constitutes a terrorist activity, is liable to imprisonment for life”;

    AND WHEREAS Maurice Duplessis established a society in Quebec that humanized the French culture and deemed it to triumph over other cultures;

    AND WHEREAS an independent Quebec is not economically viable due to the province’s insurmountably high debt percentage resulting in financial instability;

    AND WHEREAS contributions by Lester Pearson and Pierre Trudeau made Canada an officially bilingual nation;

    AND WHEREAS the FLQ are demanding the release of their members held in prison, as well as $500 000 in ransom;

    AND WHEREAS the FLQ have been offered ability to safely leave Canada in exchange for James Cross;

    AND WHEREAS the War Measures Act would allow the Canadian government with the provisions to address insurrection and other emergency measures

    AND WHEREAS Canada could benefit from the use of Nuclear Power internally between provinces,

    AND WHEREAS Nuclear Power could reveal new trade negotiations with Neighboring Provinces, and Nations


    THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT

    1. Canada address prejudice between French and English Canadians by altering the political process so that
    a. Resolutions are implemented to encourage French involvement in political issues as well as to discourage any further potentially violent situations which would create the groundwork for
    i. The authority for French to maintain a separate council which has limited but just control over operations executed in the central English government
    ii. French and English Canadians alike to share political views equally by ensuring that seats in parliament correspond to overall population provinces
    2. The Canadian government engage in long-term community action that would ensure
    a. a standardized curriculum that would provide sufficient funding for all Canadian youth to learn and speak both national languages proficiently.
    b. the proliferation of exchange programs, community events, media, and other cross-cultural events
    c. amendments would be made with the purpose of limiting censorship between French and English governments through media and other forms of communication.
    3. The Government of Canada shall create a Personal Protection Plan for all high working government officials, which would include
    a. all MPs
    b. all members of the provincial governments in Québec and Ontario, traveling between parliament and their home.
    4. High government officials, such as party leaders, house leaders, and important ministers from both federal and the provincial governments of Québec and Ontario be given higher levels of security at public appearances, and other public outings.
    5. Background checks are made on all MPs, and provincial government members in Québec, Ontario and all members of the Personal Protection Plan.
    6. All people hired for the Personal Protection Plan shall
    a. be a full Canadian citizen
    b. Be hired from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and special forces groups in the Canadian government
    c. spend no more than 6 months with the same MP or provincial government member in Québec or Ontario.
    d. go to Regina and train with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, if they have never done the training before.
    7. The Personal Protection Plan can be abolished after 18 months free of terrorist attacks in Canada, and
    a. may be modified to address a similar situation in another province or territory in Canada
    8. The Ministry of Finance increase transfer payments given to the Quebec provincial government from the Canadian federal government; to put towards parks and recreational facilities, as well as cultural celebrations and acts of preservation of Quebecois language and culture
    9. Tariffs be deceased on the exports of domestic goods, predominantly
    a. forestry products
    b. assorted metals
    c. technology.
    10. The Ministry of Finance shall provide tax breaks for Canadian residents whom invest their time in taking French language courses, allowing Canadian residents to “write-off” the cost of certain French language courses from their taxes
    11. The Government of Canada refuse to further negotiations with FLQ
    a) Continue to offer FLQ ability to leave Canada without consequence
    b) Disregard any additional offers made by FLQ
    12. The Ministry of Justice pursue the apprehension of the FLQ members involved in illegal activities and
    a. Severely punish these members to make examples
    13. Place a heavy military presence in Quebec which would include
    a. A curfew
    b. The deployment of additional troops in the region
    c. The
    14. The Government of Canada Hold a referendum in Quebec on topic of separatism after the stabilization of Quebec politics
    a. The question asked would be “Do you wish for Quebec to separate from Canada, and become a sovereign state?”
    b. The possible answers shall be “yes” and “no”
    c. Canada shall cut trade and all monetary aid to Quebec if they do separate
    15. The War Measures Act be called upon so as to address the growing menace of the Front de libération du Québec
    16. Habeas corpus be temporarily removed in the Province of Quebec.
    17. That the Government of Canada begin negotiations for the trade of nuclear power plant plans
    18. The Canadian Government assist the Provincial Government in Quebec and Hydro-Quebec in nuclear power development
    19. Give all Provinces of Canada access to the new nuclear power that will arise in Quebec
    20. Have the Government of Canada regulate the Nuclear Power with the assistance of Hydro-Quebec and the Provincial government

    21. Request peacefully that Quebec and her citizens cease their propagandist actions on the promotion of the “superiority” of French culture as this directly violates the Supreme Law of Canada, the Constitution of Canada section 15, clause 1: Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.
    22. Negotiate terms on the removal of Quebecois “special status” as it is a direct violation of the Supreme Law of Canada, the Constitution of Canada section 15, clause 1.
    23. Penalties be implemented for convicted terrorists, that would
    a. include life in prison and separation from any co-conspirator(s) in the Confinements outlined in b.
    b. impose fines for non terrorist, hostile activist to the amount to $10,000
    24. Form a Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, that would
    a. Research the relationship between the Canadian and Canadien populations
    b. Have a monthly meeting between the house and the commission to report findings if there are new findings to report upon.
    25. The government of Canada allows certain aspects of government be changed into provincial jurisdiction, provided that any laws passed are
    a. in compliance with the Constitution act that was drafted in 1867.
    b. in compliance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    c. Do not force upon any ideology upon a minor, that your do not have parental consent behind.
    26. If any of the rules in clause 25 are broken, their rights to the clause shall be revoked
    27. The federal government enter negotiations with the provinces in order to craft an agreement that all provinces will find agreeable in regards to Provincial equality.


    1. Re-distribute seats as according to adjustment to region (Urban vs. Rural)
    a. Native and French represented in House of Commons as an observing seat (to be cycled, not elected)
    b. Annual Bilingual-Bicultural commission, if there are any new findings (if needed more)
    2. Feasible sub program of both French and English, encourages each province to have bilingualism in each school throughout the country
    c. SUBTRACT SUB CLAUSE
    3. The Government of Canada shall create a Personal Protection Plan for all high working government officials, which would include:
    a. All Quebec MPs and all MPs who are travelling in and out of Quebec who request this service in good case within reason, as they feel that their lives are in danger
    i. The veracity of this clause will be verified by (RCMP Branch) CSIS
    b. all members of the provincial governments in Québec traveling between parliament and their home.
    c. High government officials be given higher levels of security at public appearances, and other public outings.
    4. Background checks are made on all the security personnel and staff of MPs, and provincial government members in Québec as well as all members of the Personal Protection Plan.
    5. All personnel hired for the Personal Protection Plan shall
    a. Be a full Canadian citizens
    b. Be hired from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and special forces groups in the Canadian government
    c. Agents of this plan will be selected based on experience, French language proficiency, fitness to serve from New Brunswick, Ontario, and Manitoba in case of emergency. randomly from the aforementioned organizations.
    6. The Personal Protection Plan can be abolished after 3 months free of terrorist attacks in Canada, or if the House determines that they are no longer necessary

    7. Tariffs be decreased on the exports and imports of domestic goods, predominantly
    a. forestry/fishery products
    b. assorted metals
    c. technology
    d. textiles
    e. dairy
    8. The federal Government of Canada refuses to further negotiate with FLQ

    9. Grants the PM temporary powers that will be dissolved at the end of the crisis. This will be judged at the discretion of the government.
    a. arrests, detention, exclusion and deportation within the province of Quebec
    b. control of harbours, ports, and territorial waters of Canada and the movement of vessels; in and around the province of Quebec
    c. transportation by land, air, or water and the control of transport of persons and/or things in the province of Quebec
    d. exportation, importation, production and manufacturing within and around the province of Quebec
    10. (Merged with 9)

    11. begin negotiations…
    a. the Canadian Government assists the Provincial Government in Quebec and Hydro-Quebec in nuclear power regulating currently in place, however, ceasing all new implementations for further programs
    b. give all provinces of Canada access to the trade of electricity between each other
    c. have the Government of Canada regulate the Nuclear Power with the Provincial Government
    12. SUBTRACT CLAUSE
    13. (NO SUBCLAUSE)

















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