All the new rules once legalization takes effect on Oct. 17.
With less than one week before Election Day, we spoke to Québec solidaire co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois about immigration, secularism and identity.
Cult’s City Team convened a round table during last night’s historic English-language party leaders’ debate to parse, discuss and joke about everything said — and not said.
The PQ and CAQ reject the use of the term in a government proposal, and their reasoning is pretty telling.
Should we depoliticize St. Jean Baptiste celebrations or imbue the holiday with mystic powers? Should we pay Costco and Walmart to add French words to their names?
Campaign mud-slinging has uncovered several cases of corruption, exploitation & stupidity, so we reviewed & ranked them. See which one gets a 10/10.
Wondering WTF happened this week in Montreal? Yeah, us too. We’ve got CAQ leader François Legault talking Bill 14, more Pope news and an outcry about fighting in hockey. Oh, and a major post-pastagate resignation.
A lot of Quebec anglos are facing a dilemma today. Like most Quebecers, we want to see change in our government, to toss the Charest Liberals out on their asses for reasons too numerous to list here.
Well, we’re nearing the end of this thing (huzzah!), and last night, Parti Québécois leader and frontrunner Pauline Marois made one thing eminently clear: She wants to turn Quebecinto a country. And she’ll need a majority government to do it.
It wouldn’t be an election in 2012 without satirical Twitter accounts, now, would it? Today we get the comedy ball rolling with the man the Globe and Mail called “Quebec’s Eliot Ness,” CAQ candidate Jacques Duchesneau.