What part of Canada wants to become an independent country?
only Quebec i think. I'm not really sure why.
The question over wither or not Scotland will become an independent country will be answered in September. It is very hard to get an accurate public opinion at the moment as a large portion of the population are undecided, although polls do routinely suggest the result would be no if taken now. As for England, well England is extremely unlikely to decide it wants to be an independent country.
It can mean a country that is at peace. It is a country where no part of it wants to be independent from the rest of the country. It is a country where most people are in agreement about things in general, even if they differ on some specific elements. It is a country that has no major political divisions that threaten the stability of the country.
The province in Canada that wants independence the most is Québec. Québec wants independence because historically, they were once owned by the French, until the English took them over. They also want to protect there culture. 80% of Québec speaks French, and Québec are afraid, with being surrounded by a English speaking Canada, they will loose there French language and there culture. Just like Maine did. Canada has many reasons why they don't want Québec…
Actually, i lived in Canada before, they don't need to consider it for the next 200 years, because no one wants to move and live permanently in Canada, no offense; Canada is beautiful and no one hates the country, but think about it, the snow, the cold, no one can take it for the rest of their life. I hope this helps :)
Yes. We've been granted autonomy but as I understand it the qween can take it back if she wants. .... No the Queen cannot take back away Canadian independence. We are an independent, self governing country. We have our own constitution, military, government etc. The Queen is largely a figurehead and plays no active role in our affairs. .... canadians have internet?!????!!!!!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! wow they made it into the 1970s kool
The French influenced the Quebec with the French language and their religion as Protestant. The English language was spoken in the rest of Canada and most of them being Catholic. Most Canadians are bilingual meaning they knows two languages. Because of this difference 50% of Quebec wants to be an independent nation. Their influence has a big impact on how Canada is today.!
When your man has been coming over everyday and then all of a sudden its down to whenever he feels like it what does that mean?
* He is getting bored and you are too 'there' for him. You need to learn to become more independent and don't be so available to him. Go out with girlfriends, have fun and don't always be there when he wants you to be. It's healthy for each partner to have 'head space' and also to be very independent. Men generally like independent women (even though some may deny it.)
It's not a really good thing that it wants to because more people don't want it to split up and the people in Quebec can just be proud of their province and try to be proud of the rest of Canada. If Quebec actually split, Canada would be weird. It's like there's another country in between Canada because there's some part of Canada on the other side. It would be just like the U.S. because…