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Hello and welcome to The Story So Far for Tuesday, Dec. 16.
Click on the audio player below to hear the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today. 32 more words
Pierre Karl Péladeau would be the most politically inexperienced leader in the history of the Parti Québécois. He would be the first who had never been a member of a government when he became leader, and the first to have run in only one election. 587 more words
Parti Québécois leadership candidate Bernard Drainville is promising another charter of values — but this one will be more “flexible and consensual.”
Drainville told reporters Monday he plans to present the new plan sometime after Christmas as part of his leadership bid. 518 more words
Don Macpherson: The 'Parti Québécois effect' on movements of people between Quebec and the rest of Canada
There’s at least one business that benefits when the Parti Québécois is in power: long-distance moving.
Preliminary figures for 2013 in the latest annual demographic report by the Quebec government’s statistics institute… 590 more words
Watch: Camille Ross sits down with Parti Quebecois leadership contender Pierre Karl Péladeau
MONTREAL — Some might know him as Quebec’s media baron, owning and running an empire which constitutes about half of the media in the province, while others know Pierre Karl Péladeau as a newly minted politician who is running in the Parti Quebecois’ leadership race. 539 more words
For the record: Don Macpherson’s column published on December 11, 2014, stated that the National Assembly’s ethics commissioner had indicated in his report that Pierre Karl Péladeau “continued to play an active role in the affairs of Quebecor, of which he is controlling shareholder, after his election last April.” 749 more words