1- The people of Quebec have twice rejected independence for their province in referendums.
2- Quebec refused to ratify the Constitution of Canada, saying the document did not recognize the province's unique status within confederation.
3- In Quebec City, we could buy olives that were packed in oil instead of in salt water.
4- The political situation in Quebec is quite complicated and difficult to understand.
5- The province of Quebec has elected a separatist government which hopes to lead the province out of Canada.
6- At the Carnaval du Quebec, people sculpt different shapes and forms out of snow and ice.
7- Concern for French-language protection and promotion is widespread in the province of Quebec.
8- In May of 1980, the province of Quebec voted against a proposal to negotiate independence from Canada.
9- The Parti Quebecois is a nationalist organization which is working to achieve independence for Quebec.
10- Joanna was unmotivated, so she didn't learn much French while she lived in Quebec.
11- The cultivation of tobacco is an important source of income for many farms in Quebec and Ontario.
12- Quebec City is one of the most alluring cities to visit in North America.
13- People in Quebec are known for voting tactically for the candidate that they expect to win the election.
14- Quebec is the world's principal maple syrup producing region.
15- The city of Quebec was founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608.
16- We decided to bypass Montreal and go straight to Quebec City.
17- Baked beans are a popular dish in the province of Quebec.
18- My parents consented to let me go to Quebec on a class trip with my French class.
19- A large number of people living in the province of Quebec would like to separate from Canada, and form their own country.
20- A lot of people in Quebec wear heavy fur coats during the cold winters there.
21- The Liberal party in Canada has had a tough job selling the idea of federalism in Quebec.
22- There is a big music festival in Quebec City each summer.
23- The skin on my father-in-law's face is quite tough and coarse from his years of working outside during the cold winters and hot summers of Quebec.
24- Hydro-Quebec sells electricity generated by a series of hydroelectric dams that harness the power of the La Grande River in northern Quebec and Ontario.
25- My first impression of Quebec City was that it is a city that loves to party.
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