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Video Video The Canadian Press Video The opposition Coalition party, which holds the balance in the minority legislature, has said it's open to discussions. The legislation introduced Thursday includes a plan to ban public-sector employees from
PreviewPicture for The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon Mr. Coderre, a former Liberal MP, is indeed the spiritual son of Jean Chretien, with whom he shares a populist style, a pragmatic view of politics and boundless energy. His stint as secretary
Quebec Premier Pauline Marois announces her government will not launch a general election following a special cabinet meeting, Saturday, October 26, 2013 in Saint-Michel-des-Saints Que. Watch Quebec Premier Pauline Marois speaks at a news conference
Watch Quebec Premier Pauline Marois speaks at a news conference in Boucherville, Que., on Sept. 6, 2013. Watch Watch At the legislature Wednesday, Premier Pauline Marois and several ministers sounded less than desperate to hit that campaign trail...
Video Video The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon On Sept. 5, the QLP published a sensible position paper on identity, and shortly afterward, Mr. Couillard said that over my dead body would the government implement the coercive elements of the
Canada should not boycott the upcoming Commonwealth meetings in Sri Lanka, former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney said Sunday. If you were going to boycott the Commonwealth because of illustrations of improper government or abusive treatment of people
News Federal government intervenes in Bill 99 case Oct 20, 2013 3:20 The Harper government is adding its voice to a court case seeking to invalidate Bill 99, a law meant to allow the province to become independent without Ottawa's approval.
Story Thinkstock Multimedia Video The kids come from a range of backgrounds. Some spots have been reserved for low-income families, others are used by professional parents who live in high-end condos popping up in the area or more affluent
Watch Watch Quebec Premier Pauline Marois speaks at a news conference in Boucherville, Que., on Sept. 6, 2013. Watch The PQ is now urging candidates to show a little more discretion. Jean-Francois Lisee, the provincial minister responsible for
Watch Quebec Premier Pauline Marois speaks at a news conference in Boucherville, Que., on Sept. 6, 2013. Watch Watch Singh says he doesn't expect PQ Premier Pauline Marois to abandon the proposal any time soon, but hopes the criticism could make it