Today in History: July 8th

2000: The Canadian Alliance choses former Alberta Treasurer Stockwell Day as leader, replacing founder Preston Manning.

1991: A study by the C.D. Howe Institute points out dangers of a post-separation economic alliance between Quebec and Canada.

1991: A Gallup Poll reports that 69% of Canadians want Prime Minister Brian Mulroney to resign, including 80% in Ontario, but only 54% in Quebec.

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