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Dan Delmar: Like the baby boom, Quebec nationalism is nearing retirement

Immediately following a nationalist defeat in Quebec – péquiste or bloquiste – one question is inevitably asked, and then summarily dismissed: Is the sovereignty movement dead? 1,031 more words

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Can sovereignty fuel a PQ comeback?

After a closed door meeting this week as their caucus met to prepare for the new session at the National Assembly, PQ MNAs decided they want to keep the sovereignty dream alive despite the fact that dream contributed in no small part to the Parti Quebecois’ most disastrous defeat in more than a generation in last April’s election. 216 more words

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After a serious heart-to-heart, the Parti Québécois declares it's pushing forward with the sovereignty dream

QUEBEC — The Parti Québécois is calling on the government to negotiate with municipal workers in the name of maintaining social peace and to come up urgently with a jobs plan. 704 more words

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Gazette Midday: PQ to launch sovereignty campaign; more raises for STM execs

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The Parti Québécois is calling on the government to negotiate with municipal workers in the name of maintaining social peace and to come up urgently with a jobs plan. 767 more words

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The Story So Far: PQ sticks with sovereignty; Dr. Porter's prison blog

Hello and welcome to The Story So Far for Friday, Aug. 29.  Click on the audio player below to hear the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today. 29 more words

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PQ hopefuls wary of PKP's wealth

QUEBEC CITY – “We don’t want a race to chase money, we want a race of ideas.”

Thirty-six-year-old leadership hopeful Alexandre Cloutier said times have changed and politics shouldn’t be about money. 278 more words

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Scottish independence: Parallels with Quebec?

Following Quebec’s surprising rejection of the separatist Parti Québécois in April – their smallest share of the vote since 1970 – the question of whether we can draw a meaningful comparison to the current Scottish independence debate arises. 850 more words

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