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Quebec Liberals tackle I.T. cost overruns...again

WATCH: Treasury Board president Martin Coiteux presented a strategy to save money in I.T. without cutting jobs. Global’s Caroline Plante reports.

QUEBEC CITY – For years, Quebec has been pouring money into information technology (IT). 330 more words

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2 new Liberals make their entrance at Quebec's National Assembly

WATCH: Former TVA reporter and Quebec Liberal candidate Véronyque Tremblay crushed her CAQ rival Jocelyne Cazin, putting an end to the party’s eight-year reign in the riding. 372 more words

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Political drama around National Assembly legal advisor

WATCH: The National Assembly’s legal advisor’s job seems to be in jeopardy on Thursday. As Caroline Plante reports, the Parti Quebecois has efused to endorse a motion expressing confidence in Claude Bisson after PQ leader Pierre Karl Peladeau swore he would never speak to him again. 290 more words

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Allowance for former premiers an 'open bar,' Legault says

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The hefty taxpayer-funded payouts doled out to ease the transition of former premiers back into private life became a political football in the legislature Thursday with finger pointing all around. 509 more words

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Supporters and opponents weigh in on Peladeau's PQ leadership win

WATCH ABOVE: Less than a day after Peladeau easily won the PQ leadership race, opponents were taking aim, accusing him of being anti-union and divisive. 194 more words

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Jacques Duchesneau: there's 'no political will' to get back money lost to corruption in Quebec

WATCH: Jacques Duchesneau, the man who made a name for himself as an outspoken critic of corruption in Quebec speaks to Elysia Bryan-Baynes.

MONTREAL —  The man known in Quebec as “Mr. 351 more words

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Bull's Eye Quilt CAQ Workshop with Karen New

At the April 2015 Central Arkansas Quilters meeting Karen New conducted a workshop on the Bull’s Eye quilts.  It was a neat workshop. The process could be simple or exact. 16 more words