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Even today, when you ask Montrealers about 1995, you can see the stress rise as they relive that infamous—or famous, depending on who you ask—year. Have we ever learned how Quebec came so close to separating, or what stopped it?
Despite winning the popular vote, you couldn't shake the feeling on that evening that the federalist side lost the campaign.
In a lively exchange during Question Period in Quebec City on Thursday, Premier Francois Legault dismissed the PQ's push for a third referendum, calling it a 'bad idea.'
Former Liberal premier Jean Charest speaks about the 'no' campaign during the 1995 Quebec referendum.
Quebec Liberal leader Dominique Anglade shares her thoughts on the 25th anniversary of the 1995 referendum.
A quarter of a century after Quebecers narrowly voted against a sovereign Quebec, a new Leger poll suggests support for independence remains in the minority.
A photo gallery looks back at the 1995 Quebec referendum.