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It is always amazing – but not necessarily surprising – that politicians pick numbers out of a hat without any real justification (apart from it being a nice round number (20 percent or 10,000). 391 more words
Not totally surprising that the CAQ would play identity politics but still disturbing given its predecessor, the ADQ, did so:
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It was Legault who opened himself up to the attacks when, arriving for a two-day meeting of his caucus, raised the issue when asked if he still has confidence in his caucus chairperson, Nathalie Roy.
Quebec’s police officers should not be allowed to hear the hijab, according to the Coalition Avenir Québec.
The head scarf worn by Muslim women only serves to subjugate them and make them submit, and should be banned from the police uniform, said Coalition MNA Nathalie Roy. 146 more words
A day after a tanker blew up on Highway 40 killing one driver and injuring six others on Tuesday, the debate over how much fuel is transported through the province rages on. 546 more words
Below is a link to a paper by the Center for Audit Quality entitled The Audit Committee of the Future. Although the discussion paper is a disappointment (too basic, and lack of meaningful insight) as the CAQ usually has worthwhile materials, in the list of five ways to enhance the audit committee, I thought that one of the five ways is worth noting for its subject matter (but again, not for the discussion insight). 243 more words