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Commonly Asked Questions: Staying Safe, part 3

This post is a continuation of the series “Commonly Asked Questions: How do you stay safe while you travel?”, intended on imparting safety advice to would-be travellers. 1,181 more words

Travel

Liberals turn to Quebec Chief Electoral Officer to determine illegal party donations

QUEBEC CITY – The Liberal Party is enlisting the help of Quebec’s Chief Electoral Officer in an effort to reduce public cynicism after a tough couple of weeks. 289 more words

Canada

Augmentation du nombre d'immigrants : la CAQ soupçonne des intérêts électoralistes

Quebec immigration debates:

La Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) soupçonne les libéraux de vouloir augmenter le nombre d’immigrants par intérêt électoral.

La députée caquiste Nathalie Roy a souligné que les immigrants votent généralement pour le Parti libéral du Québec.

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Immigration

Heated arguments, accusations take centre stage at Quebec's National Assembly

QUEBEC CITY –  Heated exchanges at Quebec’s National Assembly in the last few days have politicians talking about decorum – not their own, but rather, the behaviour of their opponents. 257 more words

Canada

Opposition accuses Quebec government of abandoning workers

QUEBEC CITY – Quebec’s two main opposition parties have joined forces to pressure the Couillard government to continue its lawsuit against Air Canada.

They insisted the airline’s promise to create a maintenance centre in Montreal for its new fleet of Bombardier C Series does not address their concerns. 337 more words

Canada

CAQ and CAA-Quebec denounce new off-island tax

LONGUEUIL – Sunday morning, members of the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) came out swinging.

“We realized by studying Bill 76, that there is a new tax that is about to hit all the drivers on the south shore and the north shore,” said CAQ MNA Nathalie Roy. 276 more words

Canada

Dan Delmar: The new CAQ is starting to look like PQ-lite

This year could be eventful for François Legault’s Coalition Avenir Québec. With no looming election and significant dissatisfaction with both the government and its opposition, the CAQ is in the early stages of redefining and relaunching its brand of hybrid nationalism. 657 more words

Quebec