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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Ihundoy, October S, Caouette would move elsewhere MONTREAL (CP) Social Credit 1-eader Real Cnoucttc says he vrouk! move lo Van- con v or if Quebec1 separatee] from tlio rest of Canada. Mi', Caouette said Wednesday on an opon-Une program on ra- dio station CKVL that any clear, cleniocrnfic decision by Quebecers to separate from CanaHa have to be re- spected. However, he would not re- main in a separate Quebec but settle in Vancouver, a city that lias always attracted him, Mr. Caouotte said Claude Wagner, Quebec campaign leader for the Progressive Con- i fien'atwes, is one song! to while Con- s e r v a t i v e Leader Robert SiarJieM iuis a different time I for Western Canada. He said the leader of the Con- servatives' Quebec campaign wcLiUi a democratic vote Ijy Qiicbseers to seoarate. Ti-.is contrad'cicd PC policy. j Mr. Wagner should conform' I to tho Conservative party line, because it is evident that Mr. Stanfieid would never allow Quehceers the riyht to self-de- termination. Jn fact, Mr, St antic Id was prepared to call a nationwide referendum to stop Quebec from separating. Tlio Social Credit leader fit id Mr. Wanner should miiLMUljcH- that iii 1938 Quebec elected 50 Conservative members to the House of Commons and three yeai-s later there more than a million Canadians unem- ployed, most of I hem in Que- bec. Government making farce of immigration laws campaign REAL COUETTE EDMONTON