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With Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau looking on, Queen Elizabeth II signed the 1982 Constitution Act, cutting Canada's last colonial ties to Britain and giving Canadians their own Constitution. Not joining in the nationwide celebration of the signing was Quebec, which did not endorse the Constitution as did the other nine Canadian provinces, because it does not recognize Canada as ''two distinct societies,'' French and English.

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