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.
Cult’s Rob Jennings offers up a comprehensive and non-biased overview of the upcoming provincial election with a focus on what it all might mean to Montrealers.
A coalition has formed to oppose Quebec Liberals on this issue. Someone send in the Wizard.
The PQ and CAQ reject the use of the term in a government proposal, and their reasoning is pretty telling.
Their nonsensical merger proposal was rejected, of course.
A multimillionaire resigns from a hard job to go back to the family boardroom, and the media calls him courageous.
As the frontrunner for leadership of the Parti Quebecois, Pierre Karl Péladeau’s recent heckling of indie rock band Groenland was perhaps a short-sighted PR move.
Exploiting anti-Muslim fear-mongering puts the péquistes in the same camp as Tea Party Republicans and France’s Front National.
If elected, Péladeau must choose between selling his Quebecor shares and resigning as a Member of the National Assembly.