Le premier ministre Stephen Harper a invité les Québécois, mardi, à résister aux appels à l'isolement.

Dans un discours à l'occasion de la Fête nationale du Québec, à Saint-Lazare-de-Bellechasse, M. Harper a demandé aux électeurs québécois de voter pour son parti aux prochaines élections d'octobre 2015.

Selon le premier ministre conservateur, avec seulement cinq députés au Québec, la voix des Québécois demeure néanmoins forte à Ottawa.

M. Harper a rappelé qu'au cours des dernières années, les conservateurs ont fait adopter à la Chambre des communes une motion pour reconnaître la nation québécoise, une démarche symbolique, en plus d'avoir fait une place à un représentant du Québec au sein de sa délégation à l'Unesco.

M. Harper était de passage dans la circonscription de Lévis-Bellechasse, représentée aux Communes par le ministre de la Sécurité publique, Steven Blaney.

Fidèle à son habitude, M. Harper a choisi de se rendre dans une petite localité rurale pour prononcer son discours devant environ 500 personnes réunies dans un centre communautaire.

M. Harper sera ce mercredi au Lac-Saint-Jean, où il participera à une annonce en compagnie du premier ministre québécois Philippe Couillard, député de la circonscription de Roberval.

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    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper stands on top of the Arc de Triomphe Saturday June 15, 2013 in Paris, France . THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper takes a moment to look at the Alps view from the shore line of Lake Geneva prior to holding a wrap up media conference following his participation at the Francophonie Summit in Montreux Switzerland on Sunday, Oct. 24, 2010. Harper is in Europe from Oct. 21st to Oct. 26th to take part in the Francophonie Summit in Montreux, Switzerland and visit to Kyiv and Lviv Ukraine. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick


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    Prime Minister Stephen Harper and wife Laureen tour the Acropolis in Athens, Greece, on Saturday, May 28, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick


    A panda reaches for Prime Minister Stephen Harper during a photo at the Chongqing Zoo in Chongqing, China, Saturday February 11, 2012. A pair of giant pandas born and raised in China are about to receive a Canadian welcome worthy of their name.Harper, who personally announced the loan deal during a trip to China last year, will be on hand to greet the new arrivals as they disembark from a highly customized plane trip. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives to the Family Photo and Gala Dinner during the APEC summit in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia on Monday, October 7, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper and wife Laureen are given a tour by Priest Sundar Dixit during a visit to Sri Someshwara Swamy Temple in Bangalore, India on Thursday, November 8, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper is given a tour of the Zagreb Cathedral by Reverend Josip Kuhtic in Zagreb, Croatia Saturday May 8, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with Chinese opera singers as he stops for a quick photo while making his way to the Leaders Dinner at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-Operation Summit in Singapore Saturday Nov. 14, 2009. Harper is in Singapore to attend the APEC meetings before heading to India for a three day visit. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper stands with Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty (right) and Canada's ambassador to Ireland Loyola Hearn (left) take in the replica tall ship Jeanie Johnston Sunday June 16, 2013 in Dublin, Ireland. The replica ship, built in 2002, was based on the original ship built in Quebec City in 1847.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper waves as he arrives by helicopter on board the Canadian frigit Athabasca stationed just outside the Hiatian capital, Port-au-Prince, Monday, Feb. 15, 2010. With Harper is Brigadier-General Guy Laroche (left) and Canadian Ambassador to Haiti Gilles Rivard. Prime Minister Harper will stay overnight on board the Canadian ship during his 2-day tour of earthquake stricken Haiti. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper chats with museum director Piotr M.A. Cywinski as he gets a tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State museum in Auschwitz, Poland, Saturday, April 5, 2008. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tom Hanson


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper walks from an American Blackhawk helicopter for a tour of a Canadian forward operation base in Ma'Sum Ghar, Kandahar province Afghanistan Wednesday May 23, 2007.(CP PHOTO/Tom Hanson) CANADA


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper follows China's President Hu Jintao (centre) and Vietnam's President Nguyen Minh Triet (right) on their way to the official photograph at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Hanoi Vietnam Sunday Nov 19, 2006.(CP PHOTO/Tom Hanson) CANADA


    Mexican President Vicente Fox shakes hands with Prime Minister Stephen Harper as United States President George W. Bush looks-on following a tour of the Mayan Pyramid in Chichen Itza Mexico Thursday March 30, 2006. The three leaders are having a North American summit in Cancun Mexico over two days.(CP PHOTO/Tom Hanson)


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in London on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper reviews the Guard of Honour at the royal palace in Agadir, Morocco Thursday Jan.27, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/POOL/Adrian Wyld


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper walks with Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych, left, upon his arrival to the Presidential Administrative Building in Kyiv, Ukraine on Monday, Oct. 25, 2010. Harper says he raised human rights issues in detail with Ukraine's President Yanukovych during talks. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper waves as he steps off his plane in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday May 5, 2010. Harper flew will visit a war cemetery Thursday to mark the country's liberation in the Second World War.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tours Times Square following a media interview in New York City Monday Feb. 23, 2009. Politics, not policy, has been the biggest change in five years of Harper government. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tom Hanson


    Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets with U.S. President Barack Obama at the 2011 APEC Summit in Kapolei, Hawaii on Sunday, November 13, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick


    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers reporters questions at a news conference overlooking Sydney Harbour following the APEC summit in Sydney, Australia Sunday Sept 9, 2007. (CP PHOTO/Tom Hanson) CANADA

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