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Support for Liberals up, drops for PQ in new poll

QUEBEC CITY –  A new poll indicates more bad news for struggling PQ leader Pierre Karl Peladeau: Support for the party under the media baron’s leadership continues to drop. 313 more words

Politics

Bad news continues to rain on Péladeau and the PQ

Last week, as he was being questioned by the press on the tumultuous series of events that had made him and his party front page news for all the wrong reasons, the sometimes mercurial Pierre Karl Péladeau was sounding just this side of philosophical. 793 more words

Quebec

Léger poll shows Parti Québécois support on the decline, Liberals in the lead

A new poll by Léger shows support for the Parti Québécois and leader Pierre Karl Péladeau on the decline.

The poll was conducted at the start of February for Le Devoir, the Journal de Montréal and the Journal de Québec. 142 more words

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Quebec Liberals 'not interested' in creating jobs, opposition says

QUEBEC CITY – The Quebec Liberal government concluded its first caucus since Premier Philippe Couillard shuffled 14 cabinet ministers.

Despite the changes, opposition parties insisted the government is weak when it comes to the economy – some are even calling Couillard’s job growth plan a failure. 262 more words

Canada

The CAQ's Ro-nationalism: a hostile takeover bid for the PQ?

When you try to jump start an under-performing business venture, you have to face up to the fact that re-branding will only take you so far. 929 more words

Business

PQ's Péladeau says he'll be staying on... (but our poll says most of you doubt it)

When Parti Québécois leader Pierre Karl Péladeau met the press on Thursday to react to the composition of the new Liberal cabinet, there was a long shot but not impossible expectation he’d announce he was leaving politics. 1,044 more words

Quebec

Budget cuts threaten foster homes caring for people with disabilities

Four Montreal foster homes that care for people with mental and physical impairments have shut their doors since the beginning of the year and more face the same prospect because of budget cuts, a union warned Friday. 490 more words

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