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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

Charbonneau commissioners must explain themselves: Quebec opposition

Coalition Avenir Québec has joined calls for co-commissioners France Charbonneau and Renaud Lachance to explain their apparent feud to a National Assembly committee.

On Thursday, the Parti Québécois called for the pair to be summoned before the National Assembly’s commission on institutions to explain themselves after Radio-Canada revealed leaked email exchanges and a draft of a chapter of the co-commissioners’ final report on corruption in Quebec’s construction industry that showed the pair weren’t on speaking terms and disagreed fundamentally on whether their four-year inquiry had proven a link between provincial political financing and provincial contracts. 126 more words

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The Armor of God (CAQUINTE: Bible NT)

CAQUINTE: Bible NT

Ephesians (Epesoquitica) 6:10-18

10 Napitsaroventarijiate, apanivaniqueate noncantajiaquempiqueate, aviguentijiatarite tsaroventajigarica Amajirote imaica pamaneriquea pincantajiaqueri intampishitacaamajajiaquempi, aisa iragavejacaamajajiaquempi, caavijitarite yagavejamajati.

11 Iriraqueate ashimirintajiatsica yashimirintavacaajiacagueti iroguentiquea yaventajiga iguishoritepae aatoniji isatajajitiri. 160 more words

NT

Quebec sovereigntist movement in trouble

MONTREAL – It’s familiar territory for Gilles Duceppe. After meeting with his 10 newly-elected Bloc MPs Thursday morning, the humbled leader announced he was quitting as head of the Bloc Quebecois, for the second time. 582 more words

Politics

Coderre accuses Ottawa of playing politics by asking city to halt sewage dump plan

If the federal election was a tad dull up until now, it got a whole lot more interesting on Tuesday when Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre accused the federal Conservatives of “playing politics” over the city’s controversial plan to dump 8 billion litres of untreated sewage into the St-Lawrence River. 737 more words

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« J'applaudis » la disparition des applaudissements, mais...

CHRONIQUE | (Le 23 septembre 2015) Si vous avez regardé les travaux de l’Assemblée nationale cette semaine, vous avez peut-être constaté le changement de ton et de dynamique qui s’est opéré à la suite de l’adoption d’un vote qui abolit les applaudissements lors de la période de questions. 286 more words

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