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Talks aimed at averting a parliamentary showdown and possible election over sensitive Afghan detainee documents appear to have hit a snag. Bloc House leader Pierre Paquette says the Conservative government has put new conditions on the table that
ET A wide majority of Quebecers is opposed to the province's proposed deductible for doctor visits, a poll published on Monday suggests. Seventy-two per cent of Quebecers are opposed to the idea of instituting a fee of $25 per visit to a doctor,
An overwhelming majority of Canadians do not believe that Quebecers form a nation, nor that they need to protect the French language and culture, according to the findings of a poll commissioned by the Bloc Quebecois. The poll's results highlight a
B loc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe has decided to tour the country to convince Canadians that it would be good for us if Quebec separated. Canadians love Quebec but Duceppe may not have to work too hard to convince Canadians to let it go. Many are
Gilles Duceppe is telling economic and labour leaders in Toronto that a sovereign Quebec is in the best interest of all of Canada. The Bloc Quebecois leader is on a cross-country tour gathering input on sovereignty as the issue simmers on the
Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe says Newfoundland and Labrador was once its own country and must decide whether it too wants to separate from Canada...Duceppe responded that Newfoundland is in a different situation because it was once a nation.
Residents of Deer Island, N.B., are dealing with the loss of the community's only financial institution after the local credit union was forced to close its doors following a massive fraud. The political fight between the federal and New Brunswick
A man wanted for attempted murder after a stabbing in Moncton, N.B., last month has been arrested. The Atlantic Dairy and Forage Institute in New Brunswick wants to build an $8.5 million expansion in order to improve the quality of milk.
Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe says the days are long gone when Canada could offer a deal like the Meech Lake accord to keep Quebec from becoming sovereign. Duceppe says in an interview with The Canadian Press that Quebec wouldn't be satisfied
Q uébec sovereignty, no more than the Libération [of France], is not possible, would not have been possible, without the work of the resistants. – Gilles Duceppe, leader of the Bloc Quebecois, last weekend. Somewhere in Quebec, 1959 A Grade 6