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Quebec Vote #243337

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 14, 1976
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(Studio) Quebec province of Canada votes tomorrow with regard to liberal or conservative government Latter committed to separation of chiefly French Quebec from rest of Canada.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(New York City and Quebec) 1967 reception of Charles De Gaulle filmed. De Gaulle called for free Quebec. [Separatist leader Pierre BOURGAULT - believes old parties have more chance than separatists.] Terrorism of 1970 recalled, incl. death of Pierre Laporte and kidnap of James Cross. Terrorism has subsided but fears of separation exist. Questions listed. Significance interpreted. [McGill Univ. Prof. Dale THOMSON - notes effect on Canada-US relations] Nova Scotia and Newfoundland may want to align themselves with New England states of US, if Quebec separates. Atmosphere of election eve noted.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Dean, Morton;
Young, Steve

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