MONTREAL – A bail hearing for the man charged in a fatal shooting at a Parti Quebecois victory celebration during the 2012 provincial election will be held next month. 210 more words
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Three years ago, a psychiatrist deemed Ottawa gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau mentally fit to stand trial on a Vancouver robbery charge despite his “unusual choice” to refuse bail, remain in prison… 671 more words
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Two English-language groups urged Health Minister Gaétan Barrette on Thursday to protect anglophone minorities in his sweeping reform of the health-care bureaucracy.
Speaking after a parliamentary commission on Bill 10 on behalf of the 14,500-strong anglo minority in Quebec City, Taylor Ireland of the Voices of English-speaking Quebec pointed out that, for his community, the city’s bilingual hospital is more than just a place to go for treatment. 258 more words
Pierre Karl Péladeau won’t be thrust further into the spotlight just yet.
The Couillard government on Thursday shelved the debate on a parliamentary commission to look into media independence and whether sitting MNAs should be allowed to own a major media company. 342 more words