Regardless of what the summer weather will be like for the rest of us, a heat warning should already have been issued for Jean-François Lisée. 648 more words
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QUEBEC — English-speaking Quebecers are starting to realize they have an option other than voting Liberal in the next general election, says François Legault.
Reacting to a new poll showing his party, the Coalition Avenir Québec, is in second place in overall standings, Legault said he was especially pleased to see the non-francophone community is having another look at what he’s offering as the second federalist party on the scene. 863 more words
A third consecutive poll has confirmed the rise of the Coalition Avenir Québec in provincial voter intentions.
However, it also shows that a provincial Conservative party led by defeated federal leadership candidate Maxime Bernier would get traction with voters. 293 more words
“Je me souviens” — I remember — is Quebec’s motto. But when history is inconvenient for current purposes, the province’s political class ignores it.
This week, the Parti Québécois’s national council… 631 more words
It was with great interest that I read Dan Delmar’s opinion column (“Why the PQ’s plans for diversity, openness will continue to fail,” June 14) regarding the motions submitted at Sunday’s Parti Québécois national council meeting in order to increase the party’s outreach toward minority communities, entrepreneurs and youth. 619 more words