Gilles Duceppe

Gilles Duceppe, for the record: ‘Le Québec que j’aime, c’est vous.’

A French-language transcript of Gilles Duceppe’s speech after leading the Bloc to more seats, while losing his own

Election night’s biggest winners and losers

By its very nature, election day sees candidates fall into two camps: winners and losers. Here were the ten most significant or surprising ones.

How to watch tonight’s French-language leaders debate

See Harper, Mulcair, Trudeau and Duceppe go head to head a final time before this month’s election

And the winner was?

Tom Mulcair emerged unscathed from French leaders debate

What four leaders said at the women’s panel Up For Debate

Some quotes from Thomas Mulcair, Justin Trudeau, Elizabeth May and Gilles Duceppe in their panel discussion on women’s issues

What happens when women take over the debate?

Aaron Wherry previews three things worth watching in the week ahead

In Quebec, orange is the new Bloc

More and more Quebec separatists are fleeing the Bloc in favour of the NDP. Could the party be wiped off the map?

Around the Bloc again: The renewed militancy of Quebec sovereignty

With shrinking coffers and membership, the Bloc Québécois is returning to its militant roots to fight for sovereignty—and survival

The off-key notes of Gilles Duceppe’s redemption song

The final act of the Bloc Québécois’ once and future king begins. But here’s why history, there for the writing, probably won’t be penned.

Old kid on the Bloc: Duceppe is back

Political editor Paul Wells on what this means for the 2015 campaign

Curtains on a second act

Curtains on Duceppe’s second act

Gilles Duceppe’s comeback was going to rely on his spotless reputation, but a scandal may sideline him for good