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Jean Charest

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Canada's north is going to change a lot in the new few years. We have every resource imaginable up north.

— Jean Charest

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From that moment on, there will be an irreversible process to separate Quebec from Canada.

— Jean Charest

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Our real interest starts with our neighbors... the future is about regional economies.

— Jean Charest

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Recognizing Quebec as being different, recognizing our history, recognizing our identity, has never meant a weakening of Quebec and has never been a threat to national unity.

— Jean Charest

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They've been fairly positive, as firm as they could be in regards to the derivatives operations in Montreal. We didn't sense that there was a hesitation about it. But things change.

— Jean Charest

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What belongs to someone, belongs to someone.

— Jean Charest


You can't go east and west at the same time.

— Jean Charest

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Municipalitites were allowed to hold demerger referendums if at least 10 per cent of the electorate signed a petition calling for them and only if more than 35 per cent participated in the voting process. In the last week of the campaign Charest promised an additional $700 million in tax cuts—some of it coming for the additional equalization money from the 2007 federal budget; reduction of hospital wait times; improvement and increase of French courses at school; an increase of the number of daycare spaces; and an increase in tuition fees for university students ($50 per semester until 2012). Boisclair did not perform well as Leader of the Opposition and Charest's numbers recovered somewhat.

He lost the provincial election held September 4 2012 and resigned as Premier on September 19. On September 5 2012 Jean Charest announced he will be resigning as Quebec Liberal Leader and leaving politics.

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