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Referendums in Canada

Summary
National referendums are seldom used in Canada. The first two referendums in 1898 and 1942 saw voters in Quebec and the remainder of Canada take dramatically-opposing stands, and the third in 1992 saw most of the voters take a stand dramatically opposed to that of the politicians in power. National referendums Plebiscite on prohibition 1898 Canadian prohibition plebiscite Prohibition in Canada and Prohibition The question: :Are you in favor of the passing of an Act prohibiting the importation, manufacture of sale of spirits, wine, ale, beer, cider and all other alcoholic liquors for use as beverages?French: Êtes-vous favorable à la passation d'une loi défendant l'importation, la fabrication ou la vente de spiritueux, vins, bière, ale, cidre et de toutes autres liqueurs alcooliques comme breuvages ? |+ ! colspan="5" |Canadian plebiscite on prohibition |- ! rowspan="2" style="text-align:left;" |Jurisdiction ! colspan="2" | Yes ! colspan="2" |No |- bgcolor="#
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