New Quebec Liberal leader Phillippe Couillard wants Quebec to negotiate signing on to the Constitution by 2017 — See full article here.
Former federal Liberal Cabinet minister Martin Cauchon agrees that Quebec should negotiating signing on to the Constitution — See full article here.
A survey commissioned by the International Association of Quebec Studies and conducted by Léger Marketing in March 2012 of 2,039 Canadians found that 71% of people in Quebec (and just under 50% in the rest of Canada) believe the Quebec government should propose changes to Canada’s Constitution, and more than 40% think it is important that the Quebec government did not patriate Canada’s Constitution in 1982.
A survey in May 2011 of just over 1,000 Canadians conducted by Harris-Decima for Canadian Press found that 58% were open to constitutional changes to convince Quebec to ratify the Constitution. See the survey here.
As an offer in negotiations with Quebec to sign on to the Constitution, should a new Canadian Constitution recognize historical ties to the British monarchy and Commonwealth but end the monarchy’s role in Canadian governments by establishing a Canadian head of state (as a majority of Canadians want)? You can send a letter letting key politicians across Canada know what you think HERE.