While Premier Legault makes glaringly hypocritical statements in California, challenges to his discriminatory law continue.
The city’s proposed name for a new train station fails to recognize an important element of Montreal’s history.
Pearl-clutching, pissing contests and ludicrous statements followed a Manitoba ad campaign in Quebec media.
Why should we tolerate the status quo when there have been 19 pedestrian deaths in Montreal this year?
We need to learn to share the boat, or we will all drown.
Don Cherry’s xenophobic rant and Quebec’s botched immigration reforms were met with the usual response: immigrants across the country explaining their value.
This latest bit of fashion policing, on the heels of Bill 21, is another black hole for misplaced outrage and sign of systemic misogyny.
Once again, Legault is introducing a solution in search of a problem.
The media continues to sympathize with male murderers, as seen in the reporting on a double homicide in Montreal last week.
Last night’s notable wins, losses, messy mishandlings and political ramifications.