ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 12, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The election in Quebec, Canada, that will likely be won by Jacques Parizeau, leader of the separatist party, and the consequences of separatism for both Canada and the United States examined; scenes shown from Quebec City, Quebec. [Parti Quebecois leader PARIZEAU, separatist leader Pierre BORGEAU, priest Father Roderigue BOUCHARD, Cree Indian chief Billy DIAMOND, MAN - comment on the movement towards independence for Quebec.] The implications for the US of the fight between Quebec and the rest of Canada further outlined.
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