Through a third and finally successful referendum, Québec has become an independent state. After previous attempts, the culturally separate, French speaking region of Québec has broken away from Canada, establishing their own state. With increasing debt of the region, mounting economic issues, and social tensions greatly increased, delegates representing the government of Québec must determine how to best aid their state to survive. Québec must deal with the implications of their newly gained independence within Canada and its populations, the vast economic issues and political decisions that face a newly created state. Delegates must deal with the varying issues facing Québec leading to a hopefully successful, thriving state. Je me souviens toujours pour le Québec.