Commentary: The corrupt taxi industry is fighting a losing battle against a superior service.
Quebec judicial authorities are skeptical about the reported death of the former Montreal superhospital boss in Panama on July 1. With good reason.
The inquiry into construction corruption and organized crime returns with its season premiere next week. Let’s see what hijinks France, Tony & the gang get up to this year.
The case and the chorus against Quebec education minister Yves Bolduc is growing.
Our education minister may or may not have lined his pockets with our money, but he also screwed over 1,500 patients who thought they’d finally found a family doctor.
When it comes to Quebec-related queries, the search giant’s autocomplete function is telling.
Maurice Duplessis would hardly recognize the Quebec he left behind on that dark day in 1959, when he was tragically taken from us after just 18 years as the Union Nationale premier.
With the withdrawal of Louise Harel and Marcel Côté’s candidacy confirmation, this fall’s mayoral elections are getting interesting. But to really clean up city hall, the parties that have long dominated it have got to go.
Can a former detective put an end to corruption in Laval? Will the Civic Action League ensure an honest municipal election this fall? It’s news round-up time.
The Charbonneau Commission has been unearthing all manner of municipal corruption for six months, but it still has a lot of ground to cover.