My short answer?
You don't deal with them.
Instead we need to be making road blocks to make it extremely difficult, indeed impossible, for Quebec to separate from Canada.
I also think we should be cutting funding to federal political parties devoted to one province only. Separatist/local parties should be limited to the provincial legislatures only.
And its not just a matter of separatism.
For years now Canada has been suffering under an impasse between the Conservative and Liberal parties... consecutive minority governments are stagnating progress. If it weren't for the BQ Parti there would be no minority government currently in Canada.
If we can remove the BQ from power then we can finally have a government that is progressive again instead of maintaining the status quo.
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