March 10, 2014
Quebec may hold its third independence referendum in 35 years. Premier Pauline Marois has dissolved the province’s legislative assembly and scheduled elections for April 7. Her separatist party was nine seats short of an outright majority in the last assembly. If it achieves a majority in April, voters may again be asked to decide on independence from Canada. Previous independence referendums, in 1980 and 1995, failed.
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