Quebec, or at least the Quebecois, have finally been recognized as a nation within Canada.
But where does that leave the rest of Canada?
I fear that English-speaking Canada has about as much sense of itself as an ethnic nation as Austria did prior to the dissolution of the Habsburg Empire.
There wasn't even an Austria per se in the Empire, merely "Die im Reichsrat vertretenen Königreiche und Länder" ("The Kingdoms and Lands represented in the Imperial Council").
Quebec knows that it is a nation. Do the Anglos among us have that sense as well?