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  • Angelica Montgomery

    Quebec City Bureau Chief

 

Bill 20 will limit abortions per doctor but not access, minister says

The Health minister is in the centre of a storm over concerns his new legislation will restrict women's access to abortion. Read more...

Student strike pulls universities in both directions

Quebec's Education minister says universities have an responsibility to conduct their courses. Read more...

Time to raise and lower taxes at once, says report

A report commissioned by the Couillard government is recommending hikes in the QST, gas tax, daycare and hydro fees, but it's all supposed to come out in the wash with a drop in income taxes. Read more...

PKP's comments criticized from all corners

Pierre Karl Peladeau's colleagues are shrinking back from his statement about immigrants, while critics are seizing on it. Read more...

PKP says time running out for sovereignty; blames immigration

PQ leadership hopeful, Pierre Karl Peladeau, made some controversial comments in Quebec City Wednesday night that have some harkening back to Jacques Parizeau's speech on money and the ethnic vote. Read more...

PKP's plans for Quebecor stocks illegal, says legal advisor

Pierre Karl Peladeau has let it be known far and wide that he does not intend to sell "the stocks my father left me." Read more...

Group vows to fight student strikes in court

An association aimed at fighting student strikes is pledging to bring university deans, and professors to court if they don't continue their classes. Read more...

CAQ's radical immigration change well-received by business

Business groups are giving their half-hearted approval to a CAQ plan to drastically change how immigrants are selected. Read more...

Royal Vic one step closer to becoming part of McGill

McGill university has jumped a major hurdle on its way toward taking over the site of the Royal Victoria hospital. Read more...

Death from collision with whale surprises experts

The story of a grey whale that may have jumped and landed on a boat in Mexico, killing a Canadian tourist, is surprising and extremely unlikely, says UBC professor Andrew Trites. Read more...

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