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Separatist Revives Movement in Quebec

Until a few months ago, Gilles Duceppe was a shaky leader of the fading separatist movement in Quebec, seemingly destined to be an odd footnote in Canadian history. But in a turn of fortunes that has more to do with the collapse of the governing Liberal Party than his own skills, Mr. Duceppe is emerging as the big winner of the parliamentary election campaign that will choose a new prime minister on Monday. Mr. Duceppe has no chance of replacing Prime Minister Paul Martin, because his party is competing just in Quebec. Because of widespread disgust in the second most populous Canadian province over Liberals’ scandals, Mr. Duceppe’s Bloc Québécois is poised to sweep Quebec and carry a large delegation to the next House of Commons. Full Story

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