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Approximately 3 hours. The prism in the center symbolizes the historic part of Québec City as a World Heritage Site. A little further on you come to monument Samuel de Champlain,

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O 3:30 p.m. Ophiolite Melange and Ophicalcite Genesis in an Ordovician Accretionary Prism, Quebec Appalacians. (Centre for Earth andamp; Ocean Research, School of Earth andamp; Ocean Sciences).

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Before our specific examination of Quebec nationalism it is fitting that we analyse briefly the concepts of nation and nationalism. With the above comments made,

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