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  • Angelica Montgomery

    Quebec City Bureau Chief

 

Democracy will continue, but old-style elections are over

The Education minister says the anglophone community will be able to keep selecting its school board commissioners. Read more...

Liberals agree to hearings on daycare millionaires

The National Assembly will hold hearings on the resale of subsidized daycare licences, which often go for millions of dollars on the market. Read more...

Former premier's fund pays for PQ study

A generous financial package for Quebec's former premiers was already under review when Pauline Marois earmarked some of the public funds to pay for a controversial study. Read more...

PKP calls for economic forum in first question as leader

Pierre Karl Peladeau spoke slowly, calmly, and without notes. Read more...

Daycare steeped in controversy still open

A home-based daycare in Pierrefonds is still open, despite a call from the Family minister to suspend its operations. Read more...

Shoddy West Island train service scaring off business, says coalition

The mayor of Baie-d'Urfé told a National Assembly committee Wednesday that poor commuter train service will drive companies out of her town's industrial park. Read more...

ROC can do better teaching French, Couillard says

The Quebec premier took a historic opportunity at the Ontario legislature to praise the virtues of French and emphasize his ties with the province. Read more...

Former Liberal Party president is a converted sovereignist

A Liberal MNA drew groans at the National Assembly Friday when he spoke of how he had abandoned the cause of independence. Read more...

Quebec Anglos undervalued: official languages commissioner

Canada's official languages commissioner said Quebec's English-speakers are undervalued and that its Anglophone immigrants need more support. Read more...

Alberta's winds of change well-received in Quebec

The NDP's jaw-dropping win in the Alberta election Tuesday night is sending shockwaves all the way to Quebec city, where several parties are telling their own tales of encouragement. Read more...
 

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