The CAQ’s discriminatory new law and its cheerleaders are stoking a crisis in our political climate.
All the new rules once legalization takes effect on Oct. 17.
A coalition has formed to oppose Quebec Liberals on this issue. Someone send in the Wizard.
The contempt toward natives and other minorities isn’t isolated, it is ingrained, systemic and obtuse.
Under Bill 62, Catholic children could be refused a day off if, for example, Christmas occurs outside the Christmas holidays or Good Friday takes place on a Tuesday.
Pulling a page from the Trump handbook, the Liberals’ latest move normalizes discrimination.
Like statues in the American South, the name of an artery in the Village is coming down.
Forty years after Bill 101, the biggest threat to the French language remains the failures of our education system.
Their nonsensical merger proposal was rejected, of course.
Corbo tells the tale of an isolated rich kid joining the FLQ — well-timed given the frequency of local protests and reports of ISIS runaways.