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PKP continues to make parties uncomfortable

QUEBEC CITY – Try as he may, Pierre Karl Péladeau just cannot keep a low profile.

He was again thrust in the limelight this week, as parties discussed his double status, with the… 346 more words


CAQ holds the fort in Lévis byelection

The Coalition Avenir Québec comfortably held off the Liberals in the Lévis byelection Monday night. After surging ahead to an early lead, the CAQ’s François Paradis ended the evening with 46.79 per cent of the vote to the Liberal candidate Janet Jones’s 32.46, a difference of about 3,100 ballots. 434 more words

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Lévis by-election seen as "test" for Liberal government

QUEBEC CITY – Voters in Lévis, on the south-shore of Quebec City, are getting their first chance to pass judgement on the new Liberal government. Lévis has been without an MNA since August, when CAQ star Christian Dubé left his seat to accept a senior post at Caisse de dépôt. 299 more words


Quebec Liberal health cuts needed, but frustrating because they lied about them & stole from the CAQ platform again

I’ll start this by saying I’m glad the Quebec Liberal government is taking on the task of eliminating regional health boards and reforming the health system to save millions of dollars. 218 more words


Holy Shit

Holy shit guys, the last time I was on here was thirteen days ago.


A lot’s happened since then.

Allow first to apologize to Grace, whom I’ve totally ignored (unintentionally!) after she nominated me for the One Lovely Blog award (her blog’s called The Life of a Single Mum), it warms my heart (and it’s been getting fuckin’ cold up here in Montreal for fuckin’ September–Portland is balmy and beautiful at the moment–so it feels good to have a warm fuckin’ heart) to have inspired a nomination for any award really, and I’m not sure if the acceptance has a deadline, does it? 911 more words