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  • Angelica Montgomery

    Quebec City Bureau Chief

 

Drainville: Foreign officials welcome to weigh in on future Quebec referendum

Bernard Drainville says foreign officials would be free to come to Quebec and take sides if the province were to hold another referendum. Read more...

It's time for PQ to come home, says Couillard

He's hesitant to draw too many conclusions from the Scottish "Yes" vote, but Philippe Couillard says that its time for the home-based sovereigntist movement to come back to Quebec and concentrate on the quality of life for its citizens. Read more...

PQ slammed for behaviour in Scotland

While being swept up in a frenzy of enthusiasm back in Scotland, Parti Quebecois MNAs are getting hammered at home for playing hooky at the National Assembly, and allegedly interfering with the nation's vote. Read more...

PQ wants unrequested extra time for Charbonneau commission

The Charbonneau commission hasn't asked for it, but the Parti Quebecois wants to give extra time to the public enquiry into corruption in the construction industry. Read more...

PQ leadership: many circling the coveted spot

The Parti Quebecois may be low in the polls, but the empty position to run the party is so popular that it's caused one contender, Sylvain Gaudreault, to back out. Read more...

Municipal workers plan day of "great disturbances"

They say there is no point in talking anymore. The coalition of unions opposed to bill 3, a controversial pension bill, are actively seeking mandates to hold 24-hours worth of strikes and pressure tactics. Read more...

Quebec soldiers on with plans to regulate e-cigarettes

In the wake of a push from Montreal for regulations for e-cigarettes, the Quebec government is repeating its intention to at least examine the issue. Read more...

Website on government cuts draws 4,000+ comments

The website taking public suggestions on where the government can save money is drawing in an average of about 400 comments a day, says the press secretary for the president of the Treasury board. Read more...

WATCH: Option Nationale leader has message for Scots

The leader of the hard-line sovereigntist party Option Nationale is telling the Scottish that they will be a "laughing stock" if they vote 'No' in the next referendum. Read more...

Health minister suggests he's like to scrap free in-vitro fertilization

Quebec's health minister has told CJAD what he would like to save all the money the government is currently spending on free in vitro fertilization. If he could. Read more...

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