Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been talking to the other provinces about how he will deal with the new Quebec government.
Brad Wall, Premier of Saskatchewan, said this week that Harper had told him that he would treat the new Parti Québécois government no different from any other provincial government.
Wall said he had a personal insurance from Harper that Quebec will get nothing "special" from the federal government.
"I think the country has changed a lot since the last PQ government in Quebec," Wall told reporters in Regina.
"The country has changed its expectations of the federal government," said Wall.
The premiers of several provinces fear that Harper will be bending over backwards to please Quebec in order to avoid provoking a provincial referendum on independence.
Wall said that Harper told him that Quebec would not have special rights in future talks on equalization, even with what he called a "separatist" government in place.
Wall is one of the premiers who wants to give less in Quebec equalization transfers - the formula of federal funding used to provide a certain measure of economic equality for all provinces.