The Globe & Mail
Story Infographic The CAQ has made the most of the losses by the two leading parties with a 7.4-point gain. They are now projected to have the support of 22.7 per cent of Quebeckers, enough to give them 18 seats. That is an increase of 11 since last...
Leader Post Online
Since the 1990s, the Bloc Quebecois has had an army of about 50 MPs at its disposal to help out its sovereigntist cousins during Quebec elections. But Bloc Quebecois leader Daniel Paille acknowledges that this time around, his party has limited means.