English Canada and Quebec's Rendezvous with Independence

  • Thomas R. Berger

Abstract

Drawing on his wide and distinguished experience in public life and in the law, Mr. Berger reflects on the choices facing English Canadians after the demise of the Meech Lake Accord. He calls for a new approach, characterized by respect and realism, to English Canada’s relationship with Quebec. This article is the text of the Martland Lecture given at the Universities of Alberta, Calgary, and Lethbridge in March 1991.
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