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  • Angelica Montgomery

    Quebec City Bureau Chief

 

Quebec gets worst monthly jobs report in a decade

Statistics Canada's numbers for June are cheerless news for Quebec, with 33 000 jobs reported lost. Read more...

Quebec to forge ahead to block online gambling

Quebec says it still plans to move forward with its promise to block the gambling websites it considers to be illegal, and that take business away from the state-owned Loto-Quebec site Espacejeux. Read more...

Minister says time for taxi business to change

Minister Robert Poëti says pressure from the web-based competitor UberX is an opportunity for Quebec's taxi industry. Read more...

Public space in front of Quebec City arena to be named after Jean Beliveau

A 10-million dollar public gathering place in front of Quebec city's new arena will be named Place Jean Béliveau after the late great hockey player. Read more...

Ridership drops on West Island train line

The AMT's Vaudreuil-Hudson line, that runs through the West Island, has seen a 2.1 per cent drop in use in one year, adding up to 82,000 fewer individual trips being made by people on that train line. Read more...

OQLF tells Pratt & Whitney to deal with other businesses in French

The airplane motor manufacturer Pratt & Whitney has sent a written notice to its Quebec-based suppliers that they will now receive contracts, order forms, and procurement requests in French. Read more...

In the Public Eye: One on one with Martin Coiteux

Before jumping into the rumble of politics, Martin Coiteux spent his days working for the Bank of Canada, and evenings venting his frustrations about then-premier Pauline Marois and her Parti Quebecois government. Read more...

Minister says "no way" to Longueuil call to change bill 101

The Quebec language minister has shot down the mayor of Longueuil's request to change bill 101. Read more...

Union leader says Greek collapse shows danger of austerity

The head of a major Quebec union, the CSQ, says the Greek crisis shows the danger of government cost cutting. Read more...

Verdun restaurant in trouble with the taxman

A Verdun restaurant intends to plead not guilty to 170 charges related to tax fraud. Read more...
 

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