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Why Anglophone Quebecers should support “open nationalism”

The word “nationalism” has long been pejorative to the people of Quebec’s Anglophone community.

Since the 1970s, Quebecers have been placed into two groups: Federalist or nationalist, and to be a nationalist meant to be a separatist. 572 more words


Quebec may slash 50 per cent of school boards

QUEBEC CITY — Montreal’s biggest French-language school board is set to undergo major restructuring. In fact, the number of francophone school boards in the province is expected to drop significantly, from 60 to 36. 281 more words


CAQ puts faith in Legault with 97.2 per cent confidence vote

“On se donne Legault” was the Coalition Avenir Québec’s slogan in last spring’s election. Over the weekend, the party took its own advice.

For the first time, the CAQ put their leader, François Legault, to the test with a vote of confidence on Sunday and he passed with the support of a resounding 97.2 per cent of the 500 party members at the CAQ’s first convention since 2012. 485 more words

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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