Bloc Québécois

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Bloc Québécois
LeaderMario Beaulieu (interim)
PresidentMario Beaulieu
FounderLucien Bouchard
FoundedJune 15, 1991 (1991-06-15)
Split fromProgressive Conservative Party of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada
Headquarters3750, Boulevard Crémazie Est Suite 502 Montreal, Quebec H2A 1B6
Youth wingForum jeunesse du Bloc Québécois
Membership19,000
IdeologyLeft-Wing Nationalism
Quebec sovereigntism
Quebec Nationalism
Social democracy
Regionalism
Souverainism
Environmentalism
Political positionCenter-left
ColorsLight Blue
House of Commons
10 / 338
Senate
0 / 105

The Bloc Québécois is a federal political party based in Canada that mainly believes and advocates Quebec should secede from Canada, also known as Quebec Separatism. The party is considered to be center-left. The leader of the party is currently Mario Beaulieu, who is currently serving as temporary leader until a new one is picked. The party only has 10 seats in the House of Commons of Canada.

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