As a french canadian that was too young to vote in 95, go Scotland!
(This is not an elaborate and worthwile opinion at all)
I don't want to derail the thread but are you being serious? I'm a Canadian currently living in Scotland and every time I hear someone bring up the Quebec referendum in conjunction with Scottish independence I roll my eyes. The two situations could not be further apart. I feel that, besides the language issue, western Canada is much more marginalized than Quebec currently is. Scotland's effect on the larger political landscape of the UK is relatively minor (being only 10% of the total population) where as Quebec can sway entire elections. Quebec essentially determined the last election. Had they voted liberal, Ignatieff would be PM but they voted NDP which gave that party official opposition status.
Personally, I think French should be a larger (if not mandatory) part of the Canadian education curriculum. Being a bilingual country is what makes us unique and has been a defining part of our culture. So I really don't get the Quebec separatist grievances as there are other parts of the country that are going through similar issues. Heck, even certain First Nations issues have similar language grievances as Quebec. Luckily, I feel like the whole secessionist feelings in Quebec have been on a downwards trend since most young people see the very real and very impactful place Quebec has in Canada. I don't think Scotland can say the same thing.