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Forget sovereignty, a new political divide is ready to split Quebecers - Macleans.ca

New political fault lines? Or just another variation of identity politics?

The divisions that once defined Quebec are dissolving before the eyes of its oldest political parties.

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CAQ captures Liberal stronghold in Quebec City byelection

The Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) captured the riding of Louis-Hebert in a provincial byelection last night — taking what was once viewed as a safe Liberal seat and a Quebec City-area stronghold since 2003. 163 more words


Quebec City byelection a test for party leaders ahead of 2018 election

With just about a year to go before the next provincial election, the leaders of Quebec’s political parties will be paying close attention to the results of Monday’s byelection in the Quebec City riding of Louis-Hebert. 639 more words


Quebec Liberals still undecided on marijuana legislation

Premier Couillard’s Liberal caucus wrapped up its pre-session retreat in Val d’Or Friday afternoon.

Even heading into an election year, the government made no pre-election announcements that might entice Quebecers to vote for them. 455 more words


La politique des "Quatre trente sous"

Ainsi, le Parti Conservateur du Québec irait chercher des votes à la Coalition Avenir Québec pour faire gagner le Parti Libéral du Québec… ça a l’air !!! 645 more words

CAQ presents solutions for 'broken' Quebec health system

Quebec’s second opposition party, the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ), has an idea to give Quebecers more family doctors.

The CAQ said if elected, it will force family doctor clinics to stay open on evenings and weekends to reduce the number of patients going to emergency rooms. 574 more words


CAQ in campaign mode as caucus meets in Shawinigan

The CAQ is preparing for an early election call ahead of the election scheduled for Oct. 1, 2018.

Quebec’s opposition parties are holding caucus retreats this week to get ready for the start of the next session. 296 more words