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Public money for private sports franchises? NDP's Mulcair won't play ball

They were probably hundreds of miles apart when it happened and I have no way of knowing if either were having a cup of coffee at the time. 757 more words

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Liberals pounce on Péladeau's Caisse comments

ST-GEORGES-DE-BEAUCE — If it were only up to Premier Philippe Couillard, this fall’s political debate would revolve around the economy, climate change, health-care and education. 607 more words


Philip Authier: Bloc and PQ leaders make the hard sell for sovereignty

RIMOUSKI — It’s a Monday evening at La P’tite Grenouille boîte à chanson and Gilles Duceppe has taken to the stage.

As strange as it may sound to old political hands, this area of eastern Quebec is, well, New Democratic Party country. 1,081 more words

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Parti Québécois house leader wants more bills, less clapping at National Assembly

RIMOUSKI — Parti Québécois Leader Pierre Karl Péladeau vowed he will be the champion of Quebec’s economy this fall, meeting business leaders and university heads, and proposing alternatives to the Liberals’ austerity “doctrine”. 523 more words

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PQ leader revives debate over how much of Canada's assets — and debt — belong to Quebec

Coming off a round of summer campaigning with Bloc Québécois chief Gilles Duceppe, Parti Québécois Leader Pierre Karl Péladeau said Tuesday an independent Quebec would demand its share of federal assets — from post offices to CF-18 fighter-bombers. 727 more words


PQ leader suggests sharing of federal assets if Quebec becomes independent

RIMOUSKI, Que. – Parti Québécois leader Pierre Karl Péladeau said an independent Quebec would seek to recover its share of federal assets, such as CF-18 fighter-bombers. 153 more words


Independent Quebec will have its share of federal assets, PQ and Bloc say

RIMOUSKI — An independent Quebec would have its own coast guard with bases in the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Gaspé and Rimouski, and CF-18 fighter jets, said Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe and PQ Leader Pierre Karl Péladeau on Tuesday. 568 more words

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