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PKP accuses Liberals of harassment

WATCH: The political ascent of Quebec millionaire Pierre-Karl Peladeau has hit a snag. The trouble is, he also owns a majority stake in Quebecor — a massive media and communications company. 201 more words

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The Parti Québécois could have a new leader tonight

Above Watch: The Parti Québécois could have a new leader tonight, with Pierre Karl Péladeau seen as the favourite to replace Pauline Marois. Elysia Bryan-Baynes reports from Quebec City. 171 more words

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Quebec National Assembly committee to hear Péladeau case

QUEBEC CITY — Just as Pierre Karl Péladeau prepared to hit the stage at Montreal’s Corona theatre for the Parti Québécois’ final leadership debate, Liberals confirmed that his “unique situation” will be studied in commission. 319 more words

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Parti Québécois' Bernard Drainville pulls out of leadership race

QUEBEC — The front-running Pierre Karl Péladeau moved even closer Wednesday to becoming Parti Québécois leader when one of his biggest rivals pulled out of the race and lined up squarely behind the business mogul. 475 more words

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Canada’s Quebecor, Elephant Launch Elephant ClassiQ

Canadian telco/media giant Quebecor is teaming with Elephant: The Memory of Quebec Cinema, a large-scale, non-profit Quebec movie restoration program, to launch a new event, Elephant ClassiQ, a classic film fest focusing on milestone movies that have marked the history of cinema. 560 more words

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Quebecor's telecom segment has strong quarter, underpins Q4 operational growth

MONTREAL – Quebecor Inc. ((TSX:QBR.B) says its continuing media and telecom operations had $50.3 million of adjusted income in the fourth quarter, up 3.5 per cent from a year earlier. 111 more words

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Quebec court orders Bell ExpressVu to pay Québecor $137 million

MONTREAL — The Quebec Court of Appeal has ordered Bell ExpressVu to pay $137 million, including interest, to Québecor subsidiaries Vidéotron and TVA for failing to prevent the piracy of its satellite signal between 2002 and 2005. 47 more words

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