Dans quelques jours, soit le 18 septembre, nous connaitrons le sort de l’Écosse au sein du Royaume-Uni. Si jamais les indépendantistes l’emportent, un des principaux enjeux pour le gouvernement écossais sera celui de la monnaie.
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Canada is changing. According to Darrell Bricker and John Ibbitson, the change is rooted in a value shift among the Canadian electorate.
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In the summer of 2013, mounting opposition to Bill C-377 in the Senate stalled the progress of its passage.