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Geopolitical conflict in French Canada
Strife between the French and British in Canada left the category of warfare long ago, but it is still, historically, the cause of the modern conflict in French Canada. For the past few hundred years, the Quebecois have, culturally, felt like a circle in a country full of squares. Somewhat of a cultural island, they have been squished into a pack of provinces whose mostly (Nunavut excluded) homogenous culture forces Quebec into inferiority.
Britain established their presence in Canada after the French claimed land there. After claiming increasing amounts of land for New France, a series of…
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