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Government of Quebec

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:State Government
State/Country:Quebec, Canada
Alternative Names:
  • Quebec Government
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    Summary Information:
    Quebec is a democratic, modern and industrialised society. Quebec's population of 7.4 million includes 82,825 Aboriginal people, with over 72,770 Amerindians and 10,055 Inuit (at 18 July 2005).

    Related Entries

  • James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement and Complementary Agreements - Signatory
  • James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement-in-Principle - Signatory
  • Agreement Respecting the Implementation of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement
  • Agreement Concerning a New Relationship Between the Government of Quebec and the Crees of Quebec - Signatory
  • Political Accord to Establish a Nunavik Commission for Self-Government 1999 - Signatory
  • Partnership Agreement on Economic and Community Development in Nunavik 2002 - Signatory
  • Negotiation Framework Agreement on the Amalgamation of Certain Institutions and the Creation of a New Form of Government in Nunavik 2003 - Signatory
  • Northeastern Quebec Agreement - Signatory
  • Northeastern Quebec Agreement Implementation Agreement - Signatory
  • Organisation
  • Government of Canada
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Meech Lake Constitutional Accord 1987
  • Charlottetown Accord 1992

  • References

    The Solon Law Archive (1987) Meech Lake Constitutional Accord
    Centre for Constitutional Studies (2003) Constitutional Keywords: Meech Lake Accord
    Secrétariat aux Affaires Autochtones du Québec (2002) Partnership Agreement on Economic and Community Development in Nunavik

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