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Quebec Controlled by Premier Maurice Duplessis

Approx. 1936 - Approx. 1939

Quebec Controlled by Premier Maurice Duplessis

1944 - 1959

Quiet Revolution Begins in Quebec

Approx. 1960 - Approx. 1961

Canadian Army Buildings Bombed by FLQ

March 7, 1963

Canada's Maple Leaf Flies for First Time

Approx. 1965 - Approx. 1966

National Indian Brotherhood Forms

Approx. 1968 - Approx. 1969

FLQ Crisis in Quebec Leads to PM Trudea Implementing the War Measures Act

Approx. 1970 - Approx. 1971

FLQ Captures James Cross

October 5, 1970

Multiculturalism Policy Introduced

Approx. 1971 - Approx. 1972

Quebec Holds Referendum on Sovereignty-association

Approx. 1980 - Approx. 1981

Meech Lake Accord Dies

Approx. 1990 - Approx. 1991

Asian Countries become a major source of immigration

Approx. 1990 - Approx. 1999

Charlotte Accord rejected in referendum

Approx. 1992 - Approx. 1993

BC Treaty Commission established

Approx. 1993 - Approx. 1994

Second Referendum on Quebec sovereignty held

Approx. 1995 - Approx. 1996

Nunavut is Created

Approx. 1999 - Approx. 2000

Nisga's Treaty is given royal assent

Approx. 2000 - Approx. 2001