The court battle over Quebec’s future goes into extra innings
QUEBEC – The Parti Quebecois minority government, which has been forced to retreat on several key policies since it took office last fall, continued down that rocky path Wednesday as…
Two years after our cover story provoked a defensive uproar, evidence of the deep-seated corruption has continued to pile up
QUEBEC – The newly elected Parti Quebecois government will seek to protect itself against the threat of an opposition takedown by tabling its first budget far earlier than usual.
While the corruption scandal rages on, Liberals can’t seem to get enough of their tainted former leader
Marois has already overplayed her hand and completely misread the population she claims to represent
MONTREAL – The race to succeed Jean Charest has its first prominent participant as a former finance minister joined the Quebec Liberal leadership contest Friday.
Raymond Bachand, who until recently…
QUEBEC – It’s over — the tuition increase that triggered such social strife in Quebec has been cancelled.
The Parti Quebecois government has repealed the fee hike, by decree, in…
Quebec Premier Pauline Marois may have a minority government, but she has an ambitious separatist agenda, the Globe and Mail reports.
“My government is sovereigntist,” she told reporters in Quebec…
John Geddes on the NDP leader’s rise through the ruthless world of Quebec politics to become the PM’s toughest opponent yet
John Geddes on what didn’t make it into this week’s cover story on the controversial politician
In the former airline exec, Quebecers are once again looking for a political saviour
The Quebec premier tends to reverse himself only after incurring maximum political damage
My colleague Alec Castonguay, who toils over at our sister publication L’actualité…, posted a first-rate interview with Pauline Marois earlier this week that’s a must-read for anyone interested in
Does the Nouveau mouvement pour le Québec have a political future?
Yet another MNA quits the Parti Québécois over its referendum policy
Fédération étudiante collégiale du Québec can’t find consensus on issue of restricting access to English-language colleges