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War of words between Couillard and Lisée continues

The war of words between the premier and the new leader of the Parti Quebecois (PQ) continued Wednesday.

Philippe Couillard compared Jean-Francois Lisée and the PQ to right-wing parties in Europe, saying Quebecers should fear his dangerous comments. 286 more words


Courting anglophones is a desperate new low for the PQ

By Chelsea Craig.

The emergence of a new activist group raised an uproar to anglophone media in Montreal. The group, which calls itself rather provocatively, ‘Anglophones for Quebec Independence’ (AQI), claims to believe separating Quebec from Canada is the best way to protect the French language.  1,284 more words


The vote is in: Jean-François Lisée is the new head of the PQ

Jean-François Lisée has been elected the new leader of the Parti Quebecois.

The party has been without a permanent leader since Pierre Karl Peladeau stepped down for family reasons in May. 568 more words


Parti Quebecois members vote today on new leader to replace Pierre Karl Peladeau

MONTREAL – Members of the Parti Quebecois will begin voting today for a new leader to replace Pierre Karl Peladeau.

More than 73,200 members can vote by phone or online, until Friday at 5 p.m. 102 more words


Jean-François Lisée: The PQ's Mr. Right, but for all the wrong reasons?

If it happens that Jean-François Lisée is indeed elected leader of the Parti Québécois this Friday, his most immediate challenge will be choosing what to say in the moments after he’s won. 949 more words

Cs&Cs: Butternut squash crumble

Here’s to hoping the change in seasons is truly evident around you-whether it’s the beautiful decay into fall or the bright awakening into spring.

Now that I’ve waxed poetic, got any comments or concerns about the butternut squash crumble?