Mar 26, 2007 — Voters across Quebec cast ballots today, in a provincial election which has re-ignited the hot-button issue of sovereignty. Polls indicate a tight three-way race. If no solid majority emerges, some accomodation will have to be formed between parties with strongly divergent views to allow what would be Quebec's first minority government in over 100 years to function. And one party's pledged yet a third vote on the divisive question of leaving Canada to form an independent nation. Ottawa corespondent Lucy Martin has more.