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From [email protected] Thu Jun  9 18:05:37 1994
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From: [email protected]ca (Claude Boucher)
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                   REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION

       Group name: soc.culture.quebec
           Status: unmoderated
     Distribution: world
          Summary: Discussions on Quebec culture and society
      Proposed by: [email protected] (Yves De Repentigny) 
                   [email protected] (Claude Boucher)

This is a formal Request for Discussion (RFD) regarding the creation of a
new Usenet newsgroup: soc.culture.quebec. 

This message is not a Call For Votes (CFV). A Call For Vote will be posted
within 21 to 30 days following the first posting of this message. The vote
will be administered by a third party, not participating in the debate. 

This Request For Discussion will be posted in the following newsgroups:
news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, soc.culture.french,
soc.culture.belgium, soc.culture.canada, soc.culture.swiss,
fr.announce.newgroups.


PROPOSED NAME: soc.culture.quebec
Several culture-oriented groups have names reflecting a particular region
or population, whose culture is distinct to a nation. There currently
exists the newsgroup soc.culture.puerto-rico, for example. Puerto-Rico in
the United States, like Quebec, a province of Canada, has a specific
culture, language and territory.

In other respects, Quebec is distinguished by its own cultural identity:
literature, poetry, music, theatre, festivals and art. The proposed
newsgroup is intended to provide a forum for these topics.

The proposed newsgroup's name, soc.culture.quebec, best identifies the
people and culture this proposed forum desires to represent. 

UNMODERATED
In order to invite expression of the widest range of viewpoints on all
possible topics, the newsgroup will be unmoderated. 

CHARTER
The newsgroup soc.culture.quebec is to be an international forum for
discussion open to all people who wish to share their views on Quebec. 

With this in mind, discussion may cover a wide scope of issues including,
but not restricted to, social life, culture, economics and politics in
Quebec. 


RATIONALE
Here are a few points in favor of the creation of a newsgroup specific to
Quebec:

* Within Canada, the Quebeckers form a community with its own interests,
that being for linguistic, historical, political, sociological and cultural
reasons.

* People seeking to discuss issues pertaining to Quebec, be it cultural,
societal, or political often desire to do so in French, the official
language of Quebec. Those who live outside Quebec will be pleased to turn
to this proposed group for news from home in their own language. 

* Issues related to Quebec are often discussed in the groups
soc.culture.french and soc.culture.canada, where it is not uncommon to see
more than 100 messages posted daily. We can therefore expect a slight
decrease in the volume of postings handled by those two groups following
the creation of soc.culture.quebec.

LANGUAGES AND CHARACTER SETS
The everyday language on soc.culture.quebec is French. However, given the
liguistic makeup of Quebec and of Usenet, messages in English are expected,
and will be accepted. Messages in other languages are also welcome, but
their authors should not expect a large audience. 

The use of the 7 bit ASCII character set is preferred. 

The standard 8 bit ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1) character set (accented characters)
is also permitted, albeit optional. The use of any other standard or
character set is not authorized.

FOLLOW-UP
Please send your follow-ups to the group news.groups. 

PROPOSED BY
Yves De Repentigny
Universite de Montreal
Montreal, Quebec
e-mail: [email protected]

Claude Boucher
Fredericton, NB, Canada
e-mail: [email protected]

------------------------------------------------------------------

                  APPEL K DISCUTER
   Nom du groupe: soc.culture.quebec
          Statut: sans moderateur
    Distribution: mondiale
        Sommaire: Discussions sur la culture et la
                  societe quebecoise
     Propos par: [email protected] (Yves De Repentigny) 
                  [email protected] (Claude Boucher)

La presente est un appel formel a discuter [Request for Discussion (RFD)]
de la creation d'un nouveau groupe Usenet, soc.culture.quebec. 

Ce message n'est pas un appel a voter. Un appel  voter [Call For Votes
(CFV)] sera affich de 21 a 30 jours apres la premiere publication du
present message. Le vote sera administre par un observateur neutre qui
n'est pas implique dans le present debat.

Le present appel a discuter sera affiche dans les groupes suivants:
news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, soc.culture.french,
soc.culture.belgium, soc.culture.canada, soc.culture.swiss,
fr.announce.newgroups.

NOM PROPOSE: soc.culture.quebec
Plusieurs groupes a vocation culturelle portent le nom d'un toponyme bien
dfini. Le Qubec est une province du Canada. A l'instar de Puerto-Rico aux
Etats-Unis, le Quebec possde une culture, une langue et un territoire bien
distincts. Or il existe un groupe soc.culture.puerto-rico. 

Par ailleurs, le Quebec possede une identite culturelle distincte:
litterature, musique (chanson), theatre, etc. Le groupe propose veut
notamment traiter des sujets qui se rapportent a cette identite.

C'est pourquoi le nom soc.culture.quebec dcrit le mieux la realite abordee
dans le groupe propose.

SANS MODERATEUR
Le groupe, qui veut permettre l'expression la plus large possible de points
de vue sur une foule de sujets, ne sera pas modere. 

BUT DU GROUPE
Le groupe soc.culture.quebec a pour mandat d'offrir un forum de discussion
international pour toutes les personnes qui desirent parler du Quebec. 

Sans limiter ce qui precede, les discussions pourront notamment porter sur
les aspects sociaux, culturels, economiques et politiques du Quebec. 

ARGUMENTAIRE
Voici quelques arguments qui militent en faveur de la creation d'un nouveau
groupe sur le Quebec:

* Au sein du Canada, les Quebecois forment une communaute qui, pour des
raisons linguistiques, historiques, politiques, sociologiques et
culturelles, a des interets qui lui sont propres. 

* Les personnes qui veulent discuter du Quebec, de sa culture, de ses
valeurs sociales, dsirent frquemment le faire dans la langue officielle
du Quebec, le francais. Les Quebecois residant a l'exterieur du Quebec y
trouveront aussi des nouvelles de leur coin du monde, dans leur langue. 

* Les questions quebecoises sont frequemment discutees dans les groupes
soc.culture.french et soc.culture.canada, qui recoivent frequemment plus de
100 messages par jour. On peut s'attendre a une legere diminution du volume
des messages dans ces deux groupes avec la creation de soc.culture.quebec. 

LANGUES D'USAGE ET ACCENTS DIACRITIQUES La langue usuelle sur
soc.culture.quebec est le francais. Toutefois, tant donne la realite
linguistique du Quebec et celle d'Usenet, on peut s'attendre a des messages
seront affiches en anglais. Ces messages seront acceptes. Les messages en
d'autres langues sont aussi bienvenus, mais leurs auteurs ne devraient pas
esperer une large audience. 

L'usage de l'ASCII (7 bits) sera expressement permis. 

Les accents diacritiques, encodes selon la norme ISO-8859-1 (latin-1)
seront galement permis, quoiqu'optionnels. Par ailleurs, l'encodage des
accents selon toute autre norme sera interdit.

SUIVI
Priere d'envoyer vos suivis au groupe news.groups. 

PROPOSE PAR:
Yves De Repentigny
Universite de Montreal
Montreal, Quebec
courrier electronique: [email protected] 

Claude Boucher
Fredericton, NB, Canada
courrier electronique: [email protected] 

From [email protected] Tue Jul 12 15:06:13 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Mark James)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,soc.culture.canada,soc.culture.french,soc.culture.belgium,soc.culture.swiss
Subject: CFV: soc.culture.quebec
Followup-To: poster
Date: 11 Jul 1994 23:44:42 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 252
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
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                      1st CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
                Unmoderated group soc.culture.quebec
 
Newsgroups line:
soc.culture.quebec	Quebec society and culture.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 13 August 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact Mark James <[email protected]>.  For 
questions about the proposed group, contact Yves DeRepentigny 
<[email protected]>.

Les votes doivent etre recues avant 23h59:59 TUC, le 13 aout 1994.

Ce referendum sera mene de facon neutre.  Pour toute question a propos du
referendum, contacter Mark James <[email protected]>.  Pour toute
question a propos du groupe propose, contacter Yves DeRepentigny
<[email protected]>.


CHARTER
-------

Several culture-oriented groups have names reflecting a particular region or
population,  whose culture is distinct to a nation. There currently exists
the newsgroup soc.culture.puerto-rico, for example.  Puerto-Rico in the
United States, like Quebec, a province of Canada, has a specific culture,
language and territory.

In other respects:
- Quebec is distinguished by its own cultural identity: literature, poetry,
music, theatre, festivals and art. The proposed newsgroup is intended to
provide a forum for these topics.

The proposed newsgroup's name, soc.culture.quebec, best identifies the
people and culture this proposed forum desires to represent.

UNMODERATED
In order to invite expression of the widest range of viewpoints on all
possible topics, the newsgroup will be unmoderated.

CHARTER
The newsgroup soc.culture.quebec is to be an international forum for
discussion open to all people who wish to share their views on Quebec.

With this in mind, discussion may cover a wide scope of issues including,
but not restricted to, social life, culture, economics and politics in 
Quebec.


RATIONALE
Here are a few points in favor of the creation of a newsgroup specific to
Quebec:

*  Within Canada, the Quebeckers form a community with its own interests,
that being for linguistic, historical, political, sociological and cultural
reasons.

* People seeking to discuss issues pertaining to Quebec, be it cultural,
societal, or political often desire to do so in French, the official
language of Quebec. Those who live outside Quebec will be pleased to turn to
this proposed group for news from home in their own language.

* Issues related to Quebec are often discussed in the groups
soc.culture.french and soc.culture.canada, where it is not infrequent to see
more than 100 messages posted daily. We can therefore expect a slight
decrease in the volume of postings handled by those two groups following the
creation of soc.culture.quebec.

LANGUAGES AND CHARACTER SETS
The everyday language on soc.culture.quebec is French.  However, given the
linguistic makeup of Quebec and of Usenet, messages in English are expected,
and will be welcome.  Messages in other languages are also accepted, but
their authors should not expect a large audience.

The use of the 7 bit ASCII character set is preferred.

The standard 8 bit ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1) character set (accented characters)
is also permitted, albeit optional. The use of any other standard or
character set is not authorized.

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Plusieurs groupes a vocation culturelle portent le nom d'un toponyme bien
defini. Le Quebec est une province du Canada.  A l'instar de Puerto-Rico aux
Etats-Unis, le Quebec possede une culture, une langue et un territoire bien
distincts.  Or il existe un groupe soc.culture.puerto-rico. Par ailleurs :

- le Quebec possede une identite culturelle distincte : litterature, musique
(chanson), theatre, etc. Le groupe propose veut notamment traiter des sujets
qui se rapportent a cette identite,

C'est pourquoi le nom soc.culture.quebec decrit le mieux la realite abordee
dans le groupe propose.

SANS MODERATEUR
Le groupe, qui veut permettre l'expression la plus large possible de points
de vue sur une foule de sujets, ne sera pas modere.

BUT DU GROUPE
Le groupe soc.culture.quebec a pour mandat d'offrir un forum de discussion
international pour toutes les personnes qui desirent parler du Quebec.

Sans limiter ce qui precede, les discussions pourront notamment porter sur
les aspects sociaux, culturels, economiques et politiques du Quebec.

ARGUMENTAIRE
Voici quelques arguments qui militent en faveur de la creation d'un nouveau
groupe sur le Quebec:

* Au sein du Canada, les Quebecois forment une communaute qui, pour des
raisons linguistiques, historiques, politiques, sociologiques et
culturelles, a des interets qui lui sont propres.

* Les personnes qui veulent discuter du Quebec, de sa culture, de ses
valeurs sociales, desirent frequemment le faire dans la langue officielle
du Quebec, le francais. Les  Quebecois residant a l'exterieur du Quebec y
trouveront aussi des nouvelles de leur coin du monde, dans leur langue.

* Les questions quebecoises sont frequemment discutees dans les groupes
soc.culture.french et soc.culture.canada, qui recoivent frequemment plus de
100 messages par jour. On peut s'attendre a une legere diminution du volume
des messages dans ces deux groupes avec la creation de soc.culture.quebec.

LANGUES D'USAGE ET ACCENTS DIACRITIQUES
La langue usuelle sur soc.culture.quebec est le francais. Toutefois, etant
donne la realite linguistique du Quebec et celle d'Usenet, on peut
s'attendre a des messages en anglais. Ces messages seront
bienvenus.  Les messages en d'autres langues sont aussi acceptes, mais leurs
auteurs ne devraient pas esperer une large audience.

L'usage de l'ASCII (7 bits) sera expressement permis.

Les accents diacritiques, encodes selon la norme ISO-8859-1 (latin-1) seront
egalement permis, quoiqu'optionnels. Par ailleurs, l'encodage des accents
selon toute autre norme sera interdit.


HOW TO VOTE
-----------

You should send E-MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to:

      [email protected]

Just replying by E-MAIL to this message should work, assuming you are
reading this using standard newsreader software.  Your mail message 
should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on soc.culture.quebec
      I vote NO on soc.culture.quebec
      I ABSTAIN on soc.culture.quebec
      I CANCEL my vote on soc.culture.quebec

You may add a comment, or use other wording, but only a definite, 
unconditional, unambiguous statement for or against the creation of 
soc.culture.quebec will count as a vote.

Neither ABSTAIN nor CANCEL messages are counted as votes; they serve
only to cancel any previous vote.  Abstentions are noted in the final
vote list, whereas CANCEL removes your vote from that list entirely.
(This is the only difference between the two.)

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.

All votes will be acknowledged by E-mail.  If you don't receive an
acknowledgment within a few days of your vote, vote again.  It is your
responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

Standard Guidelines for voting apply: no more than one vote per person,
no more than one vote per account.  If you attempt multiple votes or 
other vote fraud, all your votes may be canceled and your name published.


COMMENT VOTER
-------------

Envoyer un cable (il n'est pas acceptable de poster un article) a :

      [email protected]

Si vous lisez ce message avec un lecteur de News standard, vous devriez 
pouvoir voter en appuyant sur 'r' (reply).  Assurez-vous que votre 
message contient une (et une seulement) des phrases suivantes :

      Je vote POUR soc.culture.quebec
      Je vote CONTRE soc.culture.quebec
      Je m'abstiens de voter dans le referendum soc.culture.quebec
      J'annule mon vote dans le referendum soc.culture.quebec

Vous pouvez ajouter un commentaire, ou utiliser un autre choix de mots
(e.g. OUI ou NON), mais le message doit exprimer une intention claire, 
inconditionelle, et non ambigue, de voter pour ou contre la creation de
soc.culture.quebec ; sinon il ne sera pas pris en compte.

Ni les absentions ni les annulations ne seront prises en compte.  Elles
n'existent que pour annuler des votes precedents.  Les abstentions
seront reportees dans le resultat du referendum ; par contre une 
annulation enlevera toute trace de votre vote : ceci etant la seule
difference entre les deux.

Si vous changez d'avis plus tard, vous pouvez toujours revoter ; ne
sera pris en compte que votre dernier message.

Chaque vote provoquera une reponse par E-mail.  Si vous ne recevez pas 
de reponse dans les jours qui suivent votre vote, revotez.  C'est a vous 
d'assurer que votre vote est enregistre correctement.

Les "Guidelines" pour les referenda seront suivis : pas plus qu'un vote
par personne, pas plus qu'un vote par comte E-mail.  Si vous essayez de 
voter plusieurs fois, ou de frauder autrement, tous vos votes pourraient 
etre annulles et votre nom publie.


RESULT
------

The complete vote list will be posted with the vote result, including
how each person voted.  Note that Usenet votes are not done by secret 
ballot.

There will then be a five-day period during which the published vote
list may be corrected and any irregularities addressed.  The 
requirements for group creation are 100 more YES votes than NO votes,
and 2/3 of all counted votes being YES. 


RESULTAT
--------

Le resultat du referendum sera publie avec la liste detaillee complete
des votes de chaque personne.  A noter que les referendum de Usenet ne 
sont pas des votes secrets.

Suite a la publication de ces resultats, une periode de cinq jours vous
est accordee pour toute correction que vous voudriez apporter a votre
vote.  Pour que le resultat du referendum satisfasse a la creation du
groupe, il faut un compte des votes suivant :

- le nombre des votes POUR doit etre superieur de 100 voix au nombre
  de votes CONTRE ;
- le nombre de votes POUR doit etre egal ou superieur de 2/3 du total
  des votes.

--
Mark James  <[email protected]>    
Dialogic Corporation, 1515 Route 10   | "You have violated Robot's Rules
Parsippany NJ 07054, U.S.A.           |  of Order and will be asked to
+1 201 993 3000 ext 6438              |  leave the future immediately."

From [email protected] Thu Jul 28 17:27:38 1994
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Mark James)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,soc.culture.canada,soc.culture.french,soc.culture.belgium,soc.culture.swiss
Subject: 2nd CFV: soc.culture.quebec
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: poster
Date: 28 Jul 1994 16:36:12 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 265
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Expires: 13 Aug 1994 00:00:00 GMT
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
References: <[email protected]>
Reply-To: [email protected]
NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net
Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:5416 news.groups:110035 soc.culture.canada:42776 soc.culture.french:45883 soc.culture.belgium:2857 soc.culture.swiss:2583

                      2nd CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
 
                Unmoderated group soc.culture.quebec
 
Newsgroups line:
soc.culture.quebec	Quebec society and culture.

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 13 August 1994.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only, contact Mark James <[email protected]>.  For 
questions about the proposed group, contact Yves DeRepentigny 
<[email protected]>.

Les votes doivent etre recues avant 23h59:59 TUC, le 13 aout 1994.

Ce referendum sera mene de facon neutre.  Pour toute question a propos du
referendum, contacter Mark James <[email protected]>.  Pour toute
question a propos du groupe propose, contacter Yves DeRepentigny
<[email protected]>.


CHARTER
-------

Several culture-oriented groups have names reflecting a particular region or
population,  whose culture is distinct to a nation. There currently exists
the newsgroup soc.culture.puerto-rico, for example.  Puerto-Rico in the
United States, like Quebec, a province of Canada, has a specific culture,
language and territory.

In other respects:
- Quebec is distinguished by its own cultural identity: literature, poetry,
music, theatre, festivals and art. The proposed newsgroup is intended to
provide a forum for these topics.

The proposed newsgroup's name, soc.culture.quebec, best identifies the
people and culture this proposed forum desires to represent.

UNMODERATED
In order to invite expression of the widest range of viewpoints on all
possible topics, the newsgroup will be unmoderated.

CHARTER
The newsgroup soc.culture.quebec is to be an international forum for
discussion open to all people who wish to share their views on Quebec.

With this in mind, discussion may cover a wide scope of issues including,
but not restricted to, social life, culture, economics and politics in 
Quebec.


RATIONALE
Here are a few points in favor of the creation of a newsgroup specific to
Quebec:

*  Within Canada, the Quebeckers form a community with its own interests,
that being for linguistic, historical, political, sociological and cultural
reasons.

* People seeking to discuss issues pertaining to Quebec, be it cultural,
societal, or political often desire to do so in French, the official
language of Quebec. Those who live outside Quebec will be pleased to turn to
this proposed group for news from home in their own language.

* Issues related to Quebec are often discussed in the groups
soc.culture.french and soc.culture.canada, where it is not infrequent to see
more than 100 messages posted daily. We can therefore expect a slight
decrease in the volume of postings handled by those two groups following the
creation of soc.culture.quebec.

LANGUAGES AND CHARACTER SETS
The everyday language on soc.culture.quebec is French.  However, given the
linguistic makeup of Quebec and of Usenet, messages in English are expected,
and will be welcome.  Messages in other languages are also accepted, but
their authors should not expect a large audience.

The use of the 7 bit ASCII character set is preferred.

The standard 8 bit ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1) character set (accented characters)
is also permitted, albeit optional. The use of any other standard or
character set is not authorized.

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Plusieurs groupes a vocation culturelle portent le nom d'un toponyme bien
defini. Le Quebec est une province du Canada.  A l'instar de Puerto-Rico aux
Etats-Unis, le Quebec possede une culture, une langue et un territoire bien
distincts.  Or il existe un groupe soc.culture.puerto-rico. Par ailleurs :

- le Quebec possede une identite culturelle distincte : litterature, musique
(chanson), theatre, etc. Le groupe propose veut notamment traiter des sujets
qui se rapportent a cette identite,

C'est pourquoi le nom soc.culture.quebec decrit le mieux la realite abordee
dans le groupe propose.

SANS MODERATEUR
Le groupe, qui veut permettre l'expression la plus large possible de points
de vue sur une foule de sujets, ne sera pas modere.

BUT DU GROUPE
Le groupe soc.culture.quebec a pour mandat d'offrir un forum de discussion
international pour toutes les personnes qui desirent parler du Quebec.

Sans limiter ce qui precede, les discussions pourront notamment porter sur
les aspects sociaux, culturels, economiques et politiques du Quebec.

ARGUMENTAIRE
Voici quelques arguments qui militent en faveur de la creation d'un nouveau
groupe sur le Quebec:

* Au sein du Canada, les Quebecois forment une communaute qui, pour des
raisons linguistiques, historiques, politiques, sociologiques et
culturelles, a des interets qui lui sont propres.

* Les personnes qui veulent discuter du Quebec, de sa culture, de ses
valeurs sociales, desirent frequemment le faire dans la langue officielle
du Quebec, le francais. Les  Quebecois residant a l'exterieur du Quebec y
trouveront aussi des nouvelles de leur coin du monde, dans leur langue.

* Les questions quebecoises sont frequemment discutees dans les groupes
soc.culture.french et soc.culture.canada, qui recoivent frequemment plus de
100 messages par jour. On peut s'attendre a une legere diminution du volume
des messages dans ces deux groupes avec la creation de soc.culture.quebec.

LANGUES D'USAGE ET ACCENTS DIACRITIQUES
La langue usuelle sur soc.culture.quebec est le francais. Toutefois, etant
donne la realite linguistique du Quebec et celle d'Usenet, on peut
s'attendre a des messages en anglais. Ces messages seront
bienvenus.  Les messages en d'autres langues sont aussi acceptes, mais leurs
auteurs ne devraient pas esperer une large audience.

L'usage de l'ASCII (7 bits) sera expressement permis.

Les accents diacritiques, encodes selon la norme ISO-8859-1 (latin-1) seront
egalement permis, quoiqu'optionnels. Par ailleurs, l'encodage des accents
selon toute autre norme sera interdit.


HOW TO VOTE
-----------

You should send E-MAIL (posts to a group are invalid) to:

      [email protected]

Just replying by E-MAIL to this message should work, assuming you are
reading this using standard newsreader software.  Your mail message 
should contain one and only one of the following statements:

      I vote YES on soc.culture.quebec
      I vote NO on soc.culture.quebec
      I ABSTAIN on soc.culture.quebec
      I CANCEL my vote on soc.culture.quebec

You may add a comment, or use other wording, but only a definite, 
unconditional, unambiguous statement for or against the creation of 
soc.culture.quebec will count as a vote.

Neither ABSTAIN nor CANCEL messages are counted as votes; they serve
only to cancel any previous vote.  Abstentions are noted in the final
vote list, whereas CANCEL removes your vote from that list entirely.
(This is the only difference between the two.)

If you later change your mind you may vote again; only your last valid
vote will count.

All votes will be acknowledged by E-mail.  If you don't receive an
acknowledgment within a few days of your vote, vote again.  It is your
responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

Standard Guidelines for voting apply: no more than one vote per person,
no more than one vote per account.  If you attempt multiple votes or 
other vote fraud, all your votes may be canceled and your name published.


COMMENT VOTER
-------------

Envoyer un cable (il n'est pas acceptable de poster un article) a :

      [email protected]

Si vous lisez ce message avec un lecteur de News standard, vous devriez 
pouvoir voter en appuyant sur 'r' (reply).  Assurez-vous que votre 
message contient une (et une seulement) des phrases suivantes :

      Je vote POUR soc.culture.quebec
      Je vote CONTRE soc.culture.quebec
      Je m'abstiens de voter dans le referendum soc.culture.quebec
      J'annule mon vote dans le referendum soc.culture.quebec

Vous pouvez ajouter un commentaire, ou utiliser un autre choix de mots
(e.g. OUI ou NON), mais le message doit exprimer une intention claire, 
inconditionelle, et non ambigue, de voter pour ou contre la creation de
soc.culture.quebec ; sinon il ne sera pas pris en compte.

Ni les absentions ni les annulations ne seront prises en compte.  Elles
n'existent que pour annuler des votes precedents.  Les abstentions
seront reportees dans le resultat du referendum ; par contre une 
annulation enlevera toute trace de votre vote : ceci etant la seule
difference entre les deux.

Si vous changez d'avis plus tard, vous pouvez toujours revoter ; ne
sera pris en compte que votre dernier message.

Chaque vote provoquera une reponse par E-mail.  Si vous ne recevez pas 
de reponse dans les jours qui suivent votre vote, revotez.  C'est a vous 
d'assurer que votre vote est enregistre correctement.

Les "Guidelines" pour les referenda seront suivis : pas plus qu'un vote
par personne, pas plus qu'un vote par comte E-mail.  Si vous essayez de 
voter plusieurs fois, ou de frauder autrement, tous vos votes pourraient 
etre annulles et votre nom publie.


RESULT
------

The complete vote list will be posted with the vote result, including
how each person voted.  Note that Usenet votes are not done by secret 
ballot.

There will then be a five-day period during which the published vote
list may be corrected and any irregularities addressed.  The 
requirements for group creation are 100 more YES votes than NO votes,
and 2/3 of all counted votes being YES. 


RESULTAT
--------

Le resultat du referendum sera publie avec la liste detaillee complete
des votes de chaque personne.  A noter que les referendum de Usenet ne 
sont pas des votes secrets.

Suite a la publication de ces resultats, une periode de cinq jours vous
est accordee pour toute correction que vous voudriez apporter a votre
vote.  Pour que le resultat du referendum satisfasse a la creation du
groupe, il faut un compte des votes suivant :

- le nombre des votes POUR doit etre superieur de 100 voix au nombre
  de votes CONTRE ;
- le nombre de votes POUR doit etre egal ou superieur de 2/3 du total
  des votes.


BOUNCED VOTE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS / ACCUSES DE RECEPTION RENVOYEES
----------------------------   -------------------------------

Vote acknowledgment messages to the following addresses have bounced.
(The votes have been counted.)

Les accuses de reception a destination des adresses suivants ont ete
renvoyes a moi.  (Les votes ont neanmoins ete comptes.)

[email protected]
Amy_L._Hartswick_at_KPMG_PHILADELPHIA%[email protected]

-- 
Mark James  <[email protected]>    
Dialogic Corporation, 1515 Route 10   | "You have violated Robot's Rules
Parsippany NJ 07054, U.S.A.           |  of Order and will be asked to
+1 201 993 3000 ext 6438              |  leave the future immediately."

From [email protected] Tue Aug 16 16:36:54 1994
Path: uunet!not-for-mail
From: [email protected] (Mark James)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,soc.culture.canada,soc.culture.french,soc.culture.belgium,soc.culture.swiss
Subject: RESULT: soc.culture.quebec passes 440:80
Supersedes: <[email protected]>
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 15 Aug 1994 21:02:55 -0400
Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers
Lines: 717
Sender: [email protected]
Approved: [email protected]
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
References: <[email protected]>
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Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:5509 news.groups:112569 soc.culture.canada:44030 soc.culture.french:47214 soc.culture.belgium:3411 soc.culture.swiss:2708


                               VOTE RESULT

                   Unmoderated group soc.culture.quebec


Voting closed on 13 August 1994 at 23:59:59 GMT.  The results are:


 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 440   80 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : soc.culture.quebec


There were no abstentions.

This margin is adequate for newgroup creation.  There will now be a
five-day period during which corrections to the vote count may be
made.  Barring serious controversy about the vote, the group will 
be created shortly thereafter.

This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  


Le referendum sur la creation de soc.culture.quebec s'est acheve le
13 aout 1994 a 23h59:59 TUC.  Voici les resultats :


 Pour Contre : 2/3? >100? : Reussi? : Groupe
 ---- ------ : ---- ----- : ------- : ------------------------------
  440     80 :  Oui   Oui :     Oui : soc.culture.quebec


Il n'y a eu aucune abstention.

Ce resultat suffira pour la creation du groupe.  Il suivra maintenant
une periode de cinq jours, pendant lesquels vous pouvez apporter toute 
correction au vote.  Sauf erreur majeure, le groupe sera cree dans les 
jours qui suivent cette periode.

Ce referendum a ete mene par un parti neutre.


Vote-taker: 		Mark James <[email protected]>
Group proponent: 	Yves DeRepentigny <[email protected]>

Newsgroups line:
soc.culture.quebec	Quebec society and culture.


CHARTER (as printed in the Call for Votes)
-------

Several culture-oriented groups have names reflecting a particular region or
population,  whose culture is distinct to a nation. There currently exists
the newsgroup soc.culture.puerto-rico, for example.  Puerto-Rico in the
United States, like Quebec, a province of Canada, has a specific culture,
language and territory.

In other respects:
- Quebec is distinguished by its own cultural identity: literature, poetry,
music, theatre, festivals and art. The proposed newsgroup is intended to
provide a forum for these topics.

The proposed newsgroup's name, soc.culture.quebec, best identifies the
people and culture this proposed forum desires to represent.

UNMODERATED
In order to invite expression of the widest range of viewpoints on all
possible topics, the newsgroup will be unmoderated.

CHARTER
The newsgroup soc.culture.quebec is to be an international forum for
discussion open to all people who wish to share their views on Quebec.

With this in mind, discussion may cover a wide scope of issues including,
but not restricted to, social life, culture, economics and politics in 
Quebec.


RATIONALE
Here are a few points in favor of the creation of a newsgroup specific to
Quebec:

*  Within Canada, the Quebeckers form a community with its own interests,
that being for linguistic, historical, political, sociological and cultural
reasons.

* People seeking to discuss issues pertaining to Quebec, be it cultural,
societal, or political often desire to do so in French, the official
language of Quebec. Those who live outside Quebec will be pleased to turn to
this proposed group for news from home in their own language.

* Issues related to Quebec are often discussed in the groups
soc.culture.french and soc.culture.canada, where it is not infrequent to see
more than 100 messages posted daily. We can therefore expect a slight
decrease in the volume of postings handled by those two groups following the
creation of soc.culture.quebec.

LANGUAGES AND CHARACTER SETS
The everyday language on soc.culture.quebec is French.  However, given the
linguistic makeup of Quebec and of Usenet, messages in English are expected,
and will be welcome.  Messages in other languages are also accepted, but
their authors should not expect a large audience.

The use of the 7 bit ASCII character set is preferred.

The standard 8 bit ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1) character set (accented characters)
is also permitted, albeit optional. The use of any other standard or
character set is not authorized.

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Plusieurs groupes a vocation culturelle portent le nom d'un toponyme bien
defini. Le Quebec est une province du Canada.  A l'instar de Puerto-Rico aux
Etats-Unis, le Quebec possede une culture, une langue et un territoire bien
distincts.  Or il existe un groupe soc.culture.puerto-rico. Par ailleurs :

- le Quebec possede une identite culturelle distincte : litterature, musique
(chanson), theatre, etc. Le groupe propose veut notamment traiter des sujets
qui se rapportent a cette identite,

C'est pourquoi le nom soc.culture.quebec decrit le mieux la realite abordee
dans le groupe propose.

SANS MODERATEUR
Le groupe, qui veut permettre l'expression la plus large possible de points
de vue sur une foule de sujets, ne sera pas modere.

BUT DU GROUPE
Le groupe soc.culture.quebec a pour mandat d'offrir un forum de discussion
international pour toutes les personnes qui desirent parler du Quebec.

Sans limiter ce qui precede, les discussions pourront notamment porter sur
les aspects sociaux, culturels, economiques et politiques du Quebec.

ARGUMENTAIRE
Voici quelques arguments qui militent en faveur de la creation d'un nouveau
groupe sur le Quebec:

* Au sein du Canada, les Quebecois forment une communaute qui, pour des
raisons linguistiques, historiques, politiques, sociologiques et
culturelles, a des interets qui lui sont propres.

* Les personnes qui veulent discuter du Quebec, de sa culture, de ses
valeurs sociales, desirent frequemment le faire dans la langue officielle
du Quebec, le francais. Les  Quebecois residant a l'exterieur du Quebec y
trouveront aussi des nouvelles de leur coin du monde, dans leur langue.

* Les questions quebecoises sont frequemment discutees dans les groupes
soc.culture.french et soc.culture.canada, qui recoivent frequemment plus de
100 messages par jour. On peut s'attendre a une legere diminution du volume
des messages dans ces deux groupes avec la creation de soc.culture.quebec.

LANGUES D'USAGE ET ACCENTS DIACRITIQUES
La langue usuelle sur soc.culture.quebec est le francais. Toutefois, etant
donne la realite linguistique du Quebec et celle d'Usenet, on peut
s'attendre a des messages en anglais. Ces messages seront
bienvenus.  Les messages en d'autres langues sont aussi acceptes, mais leurs
auteurs ne devraient pas esperer une large audience.

L'usage de l'ASCII (7 bits) sera expressement permis.

Les accents diacritiques, encodes selon la norme ISO-8859-1 (latin-1) seront
egalement permis, quoiqu'optionnels. Par ailleurs, l'encodage des accents
selon toute autre norme sera interdit.


VOTE ACKNOWLEDGMENT
-------------------

These lists are sorted in alphabetical order by login name, as taken
>from the "From:" line.  Note that certain UUCP addresses are mangled 
somewhat in order to sort nicely.

Voici les votes en ordre alphabetique, selon les noms de comptes pris
des lignes "From:" des messages.  A noter que certaines adresses UUCP
sont representees d'une facon bizarre, pour que le triage alphabetique
soit lisible.


YES votes were received from the following people:

Des votes POUR la creation ont ete recus de :

[email protected] 
[email protected] (Shaun Dares)
[email protected] (B CORNE)
[email protected] (2Crow Feathers) 
[email protected] (Pierre Gagnon)
[email protected] (Michael J. Wilson) 
[email protected] (Serge Carriere) 
[email protected] (Aaron Priven) 
[email protected] (Jules E. Lafrance) 
[email protected] (ADRIEN BANCE) 
[email protected] (W. Jon Shaib) 
[email protected] (David Brooks) 
[email protected] (Deveau, Ann (FIN))
[email protected] (Richard Migneron)
[email protected] (Dubus A.) 
[email protected] (a.e.mossberg) 
[email protected] (Colin R. Leech) 
[email protected] (AH Sharif)
[email protected] (John D. Lawford) 
[email protected] (Andrew John Miller)
[email protected] (Rene Beausoleil) 
[email protected] (al) 
[email protected] (Al Black) 
[email protected] (Alain Champagne)
[email protected] (Iain D. Bowen) 
[email protected] (Kellie Flanagan)
[email protected] (Manuel Alvarez-rivera)
Amy_L._Hartswick_at_KPMG_PHILADELPHIA%[email protected]
[email protected] (Alexei Ioudovski) 
[email protected] (Michel Careau) 
[email protected] (Yves Bellefeuille) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Bruno Jubinville) 
[email protected] (Anne Pelletier)
[email protected] (Thierry ARNOULD) 
[email protected] (Jean-Claude Allard) 
[email protected] (Sonnaert Alain) 
[email protected] (Louis Boivin) 
[email protected] (Bri Farenell) 
[email protected] (Rhea Jacobs) 
[email protected] (Sabine Modder) 
[email protected] (Josephine H. Tang) 
[email protected] (Claude Baillargeon) 
[email protected] (Roland Desautels) 
[email protected] (Denis Boucher) 
[email protected] (Dominique Beauchamp)
[email protected] (jacques (j.) beaudry)
[email protected] (Luc Beaulieu)
[email protected] (Denis Beauregard)
[email protected] (Francoise Becker)
[email protected] (Patricia Bedard)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Benoit Veillette) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Patrick Bergeot1) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Bernard de Champlain) 
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[email protected] (Laurent Dumont) 
[email protected] (William Mills)
[email protected] (Shag Aristotelis) 
[email protected] (Brenda Butler)
[email protected] (B.J. Herbison)
[email protected] (Blackburn Josee) 
[email protected] (Benjamin Lin)
[email protected] (Laurent Bloch)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Claude Boucher) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Martin Breton)
[email protected] (Pierre Breton)
[email protected] (Bruno Delcourt) 
[email protected] (Bruno Jargot) 
[email protected] (Brian SPENCER)
[email protected] (Remi Cabanac)
[email protected] (Curt Knight)
[email protected] (Vincent CANCIANI) 
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Eric C. Carlson) 
[email protected] (Gilles Carmel) 
[email protected] (Carrillo David)
[email protected] (Philippe Casgrain) 
[email protected] (Olivier Causse) 
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[email protected] (Jean-Paul Chaib) 
[email protected] (Jerome Chailloux) 
[email protected] (Charles Audet) 
[email protected] (Florent Charpin)
[email protected] (CHAU CHHEAN (cap sesa)) 
[email protected] (Claude Hebert)
[email protected] (Jean-Francois Chenier)
[email protected] (Stewart M. Clamen)
[email protected] (Claude Beauregard) 
[email protected] (Chris Stamper)
[email protected] (CHARLES F. O'BRIEN) 
[email protected] (Michel Colin) 
[email protected] (Jeffrey Goldberg) 
[email protected] (Charles S. Robinson)
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[email protected] (Matthew Crosby)
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[email protected] (Pascale Landry)
[email protected] (Peter Campbell)
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[email protected] (Dani Flexer) 
[email protected] (Daniel Robitaille) 
[email protected] (Daniel D. Smith)
[email protected] (David Conner)
[email protected] (Dean Edwards) 
[email protected] (Philippe Debroux) 
[email protected] (Philippe Degand)
[email protected] (Luc Deneire) 
[email protected] (Stephane Denis) 
[email protected] (Pierre Boisvert) 
[email protected] (Derepentigny Yves) 
[email protected] (Des Marais Luce)
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[email protected] (Laurent Deutsch) 
[email protected] (Douglas R. Floyd) 
[email protected] (Daniel Geneau)
[email protected] (Douglas Harder) 
[email protected] (Dick Miale) 
[email protected] (Djamal Bouzida) 
[email protected] (yazid-salem (y.) djerbib)
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[email protected] (Didier KAPRAK) 
[email protected] (louis (l.) dourte)
[email protected] (Lavallee)
[email protected] (Ducharme Jean-Francois) 
[email protected] (Catherine Dufourd) 
[email protected] (Christian Duhoux) 
[email protected] (Jean-Yves Durocher) 
[email protected] (David Francis Vesely)
[email protected] (Didier Willam) 
[email protected] (Chuck Taggart) 
[email protected] (Erwan David) 
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[email protected] (Alain Polguere)
[email protected] (Robert Smits) 
[email protected] (Eric Beaudoin) 
[email protected] (Eric Silber) 
[email protected] (Etienne Boisvert)
[email protected] (Erik Van Thienen) 
[email protected] (Christian Fabre)
[email protected] (Francois Dufour) 
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[email protected] (Alain Fontaine) 
[email protected] (Francois Charlot)
[email protected] (Francois Paradis)
[email protected] (Fred Condo) 
[email protected] (Frederic Maffray)
[email protected] (Michael Fries)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Stu Galley)
[email protected] (Denis McKeon) 
[email protected] (Guy Amiot)
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[email protected] (Richard Gartland)
[email protected] (Philippe Gaucher) 
[email protected] (Genevieve Gauthier) 
[email protected] (Georges Benicourt) 
[email protected] (Gilles Dauphin)
[email protected] (Gilles Dignard) 
[email protected] (Francois G. Gendron) 
[email protected] (EuGene epetai-Tramaglino)
[email protected] (George Quinlan)
[email protected] (Ghislain Roy)
[email protected] (Vinh-an Trinh) 
[email protected] (Gil Neiger) 
[email protected] (Patricia GIRON)
[email protected] (Gilbert Levesque x6543) 
[email protected] (Michele Goano) 
[email protected] (Gonzalez Patrick) 
[email protected] (Bertrand GRANADO) 
[email protected] (M. L. Grant) 
[email protected] (Greg Scullard) 
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[email protected] (Paul Guertin) 
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[email protected] (James Harvey)
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[email protected] (Jim Hebert)
[email protected] (Philippe Hebrais) 
[email protected] (Nathaniel Hekman) 
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[email protected] (Hubert Halkin) 
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[email protected] (martin coghlan) 
[email protected] (Iain G Liddell)
[email protected] (idb1) 
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[email protected] (Rene Imbeau) 
[email protected] (Ingrid Melve)
[email protected] (Janka McNutt) 
[email protected] (Jasmin Cote)
[email protected] (Jacques Berleur)
[email protected] (ARCAND JEAN-CLAUDE)
[email protected] (jean-claude kommer) 
[email protected] (Jerome Chapdelaine)
[email protected] (Jeffrey Doyle) 
[email protected] (Jean-Pierre Pare) 
[email protected] (Jean Pepin)
[email protected] (Allard Jean-Francois) 
[email protected] (Joseph Fortt)
[email protected] (Joseph A Francoeur)
[email protected] (Jose Garcia)
[email protected] (Jean-Guy Deschenes)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Jim Dutton) 
[email protected] (Jean-Louis Trudel) 
[email protected] (Jose M. daLuz) 
[email protected] (Jane M. Moss) (Jane M. Moss) 
[email protected] (John Monroe)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Johanne A Grenier)
[email protected] (Lucie Jolicoeur) 
[email protected] (Jean-Pierre Bissonette)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Jean-Pierre Trevisani) 
[email protected] (J A Stephen Viggiano)
[email protected] (Julie Vachon) 
[email protected] (Juan Parra)
[email protected] (BURELLE ROSE)
[email protected] (John Kahila)
[email protected] (kanze)
[email protected] (Keith A. Sprouse) 
[email protected] (Karen Chapdelaine) 
[email protected] (caitlin) 
[email protected] (karen gould)
[email protected] 
[email protected] (Kristine Phipps)
[email protected] (J.P. Kuypers) 
[email protected] (Lionel Ancelet)
[email protected].oz.au (Laird Breyer)
[email protected] (Robert Labrosse) 
[email protected] (Janet Laible) 
[email protected] (Frederic Landais)
[email protected] (Yves Larin) 
[email protected] (John P. LaRocque)
[email protected] (Martin Larose) 
[email protected] (Laurent Daudelin) 
[email protected] 
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[email protected] (Lee Collette) 
[email protected] (Frederic Lefevre) 
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[email protected] (Godefroy Lemonnier)
[email protected] (Lepine Brigitte) 
[email protected] (Lynette Ellen Reid)
[email protected] (Emmanuel LERICHE) 
[email protected] (Martin Lessard) 
[email protected] (Yves Lever)
[email protected] (Eric LEWIN - IPGP Geochimie) 
[email protected] (Luc Goffinet) 
[email protected] (Jean-Marc Libs)
[email protected] (Lucie M. Melahn) 
[email protected] (Guy LOUIS) 
[email protected] (LOUISE MORIN)
[email protected] (Loopy Lemon) 
[email protected] (Laperriere, Lucie (TB))
[email protected] (Lutz Raymond) 
[email protected] (Lynn Gazis) 
[email protected] (Marie Claude Boivin)
[email protected] (Christophe Corne)
[email protected] (Stephane Harnisch)
[email protected] (Fazal Majid)
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[email protected] (Marc-Andre Pepin) 
[email protected] (Marc Desrochers) 
[email protected] (Bruno Marcotte)
[email protected] (Marco Van Het Hoog) 
[email protected] (Marc Vandelac) 
[email protected] (Mark A. Grant) 
[email protected] (Marko LEMIEUX) 
[email protected] (Rosenfelder, Mark)
[email protected] (Mark Anthony Young)
[email protected] (Martin Zurn) 
[email protected] (Martin Bechard)
[email protected] (Albert Yale) 
[email protected] (maus) 
[email protected] (Malcolm Mladenovic) 
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[email protected] (Melanie Arabsky)
[email protected] (Fredric Menz)
[email protected] (Timo Metzemakers)
[email protected] (Matthew Evans)
[email protected] (Mike Galvin)
[email protected] (Martin Hamel) 
[email protected] (Mohamed M Hussein) 
[email protected] (Michel Debar) 
[email protected] (Michel Adam)
[email protected] (Michel Jacques)
[email protected] (Michel L. Lalonde)
[email protected] (Naud) 
[email protected] (Moccozet Laurent)
[email protected] (Mark Montoya)
[email protected] (Mario Prats)
[email protected] (Marjorie R. Stamper)
[email protected] (Martin Schroeder) 
[email protected] (Maria Sweeney)
[email protected] (A. Muller)
NADEAU%[email protected] 
[email protected] (Neil Bishop)
[email protected] (Newell, Brian)
[email protected] (Gilles Nogues)
[email protected] (Nicholas Fitzpatrick) 
[email protected] (Marc Riese) 
[email protected] (Nicolas Saint-Arnaud)
[email protected] (CLARY Olivier)
[email protected] (Olivier Cremel) 
[email protected] (Ollivier Robert)
[email protected] (Olivier Zone) 
[email protected] (Nathalie Liao and Philippe Tessier)
[email protected] (Patrick Germain) 
[email protected] (Pierre Aubery)
[email protected] (paulo (p.) ferreira)
[email protected] (Pierre Bedard) 
[email protected] (Philippe Bouillard) 
[email protected] (Patricia Cox Martin) 
[email protected] (Labeau Pierre-Etienne) 
[email protected] (Peter Hansen) 
[email protected] (Peter Sullivan) 
[email protected] (Patricia Evans) 
[email protected] (Peggy Hall)
[email protected] (Philippe Guilbaud) 
[email protected] (Philippe Rerole) 
[email protected] (Pierre TOUZEAU)
[email protected] (Pierre Kennepohl)
[email protected] (Pierre Uszynski)
[email protected] (La Monte Yarroll)
[email protected] (Patrick Gillen) 
[email protected] (Pierre Jobin) 
[email protected] (Kerfs Philippe) 
[email protected] (Peter Murphy)
[email protected] (Pierre Plamondon [TAO]) 
[email protected] (Denis Poussart) 
[email protected] (Sophie Dufresne)
[email protected] (Proulx Josee) 
[email protected] (Pierre-Yves Gagne) 
[email protected] (Richard Quatrain) 
[email protected] (Michael J. Quinn)
[email protected] (Rachel)
[email protected] (Raymond Rajotte) 
[email protected] (RAPHAEL LABROSSE) 
[email protected] (Louis Raphael)
[email protected] (Raymond Hustad) 
[email protected] (\\Robert B. Shoe\\)
[email protected] (Richard Cote)
[email protected] (Rene COUGNENC) 
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[email protected] 
[email protected] (Rick Duquette) 
[email protected] (Rob Leitman)
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[email protected] (Ron Newman)
[email protected] (Walter Roberson) 
[email protected] (Robert Baron) 
[email protected] (Robert Meunier) 
[email protected] (Nicolas Ross)
[email protected] (Jean-claude Roussel)
[email protected] (Roxbourgh Nathalie) 
[email protected] (Roy Patrick) 
[email protected] (Rene Perrier 6594) 
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[email protected] (Samir Kasme) 
[email protected] (Pierre Sarrazin) 
[email protected] (Laurent Schumacher ) 
[email protected] (Simon Dufour)
[email protected] (Roy Sebastien) 
[email protected] (Bruce Alain Sebree) 
[email protected] (Jean-Yves Simon) 
[email protected] (Stephane Lacelle) 
[email protected] (Steven Miale)
[email protected] (Steve Morris)
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