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TIMELINE: The 1995 Quebec Referendum: 20 years later

Canada came to the brink of breakup on Oct. 30, 1995. The final count, 50.6 per cent for "No" vs. 49.4 per cent for "Yes." Here's a look at what led to the 1995 Quebec referendum and how the events played out.

Canada came to the brink of breakup on Oct. 30, 1995: The final count was No: 50.6% vs. Yes: 49.4%

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