As Chris says the verb will agree with the preceeding noun. e.g.
C'est vous qui êtes sur la liste des candidats?
C'est nous qui parlons ...
C'est moi qui suis malade...
Hope this helps!
yes, the relative pronoun always replaces the noun it relates to. Hence, if "qui" refers to a plural noun, the verb in the subordinate clause needs to be in plural as well.
-- Chris (not a native speaker).
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