bloquiste

bloquiste

(blɒkˈiːst)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Canada) a member or supporter of the Bloc Québécois
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(34.) Pascale Breton, "La Rive-Sud reste fidele au Bloc: Le bloquiste Daniel Turp battu par le liberal Serge Marcil dans Beauharnois-Salaberry," La Presse, 28 November 2000, p.
Reform dominated the western provinces, the Bloc Quebecois Quebec, and the Conservatives and NDP did best in the Atlantic provinces--"quartering Canada" as The Economist put it, and producing what Canadian pundits called a "Rainbow Parliament." As most editorialists noted at the time, the Liberal government owed its--bare--majority to a sweep of Ontario and English Quebec, its red bastion encircled by Reformist green to the west and Bloquiste bleu to the east.