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  • Angelica Montgomery

    Quebec City Bureau Chief

 

National Assembly unanimously condemns anti-Semitic crime

All the parties in Quebec's legislature joined their voices Wednesday morning to condemn the death threats and swastikas splattered over cars in an NDG parking lot Monday night. Read more...

Doctors' quotas will be flexible, minister says Bill 20 hearings kick off in cloud of controversy

While opponents shoot darts of criticism over a lack of transparency and possible repercussions for the seriously ill, bill 20 is seeing its opening day at National Assembly committee hearings. Read more...

Liberals head into a new fight in bill 20 hearings today

The Liberals are moving ahead with what could be their most controversial peice of legislation this spring. Read more...

Civil servants are "instruments of propaganda," says union

The union that represents 750 communications agents in the civil service says the Couillard government is manipulating the fact that are being passed to the public. Read more...

Couillard says 'no' to strip searches in schools

Having students strip naked over the course of a search is "out of the question," Quebec premier Philippe Couillard said Thursday in question period. Read more...

Liberals tighten rules on ministers speaking to media

On the heals of the Education minister's now infamous comments about strip searches in schools, the Couillard government is imposing new restrictions on ministers' interactions with the media. Read more...

Peladeau issues correction

Pierre Karl Peladeau's office is clarifying the PQ leadership candidates' latest headline-grabbing comments. Read more...

PKP not ruling out declaring sovereignty after an election win

Pierre Karl Peladeau is not ruling out using the 2018 election as a de facto referendum on sovereignty. Read more...

Education ministry to review high school strip-search protocols

A day after education minister Yves Bolduc surprised the National Assembly by suggesting that strip searches of high-schoolers was okay, as long as it was done in a "respectful" manner, his press secretary told reporters that strip-search protocols will be reviewed. Read more...

Quebec one of three last provinces without February holiday

Nova Scotians are celebrating their very first Heritage Day today - a newly minted provincial statutory holiday on the third Monday of February. Read more...

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