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Sylvie Roy leaves CAQ, will stay as independent

MONTREAL – Sylvie Roy, a longtime MNA and star candidate for Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), is leaving the party.

In an interview, she said she no longer sees eye-to-eye with party leader… 101 more words


Sylvie Roy, MNA for Arthabaska, leaves CAQ to sit as independent

Coalition Avenir Québec MNA Sylvie Roy has decided to leave the party to sit as an independent.

This is the third loss for the party, headed by François Legault, since the April 2014 election — both… 188 more words


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


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


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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Visa – In Canada, Student Authorizations (student visas) are not required for language courses that last less than six months. 363 more words

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


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