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Some Parti Quebecois MNAs have flown to Scotland to what the vote, calling it a model referendum, even if the yes side doesn’t win.
Quebec's Federation of Medical Specialists says Health Minister Gaetan Barrette is making false accusations against the group to score political points.
The provincial government is working on what it calls a 'moderate' version of the Charter of Values.
Jean-Martin Aussant said the current crop of candidates are useless. Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson explain how he's working with Jacques Parizeau
Quebec's Public Daycare Association says it is shocked that it was never consulted about the possibility of drastically changing the payment system for universal daycare.
Pollster Sebastien Dallaire checks which way the wind is blowing for the next elections and for a PQ leader in a conversation with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Political Analyst Bruce Hicks weighs in on the Premier Couillard's desire to ink the 1982 Constitution.
The Liberals hinted that tax credits could be zapped in an upcoming budget, Max Harrold reports.
The Couillard Liberals hinted at the measures they’re considering to balance the books Thursday , Max Harrold reports.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson talk about the Liberals’ measures to trim costs and more of the week's political news.
The CAQ caucus met Wednesday to plan its response to the Liberals proosed austerity plan, Max Harrold reports.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson offer their take Yves Bolduc, Mario Beaulieu, and other politicians.
The Parti Quebecois has yet to decide exactly how it will choose its new leader, but would-be candidates say there must be a level playing field.
While there are no declared candidates as yet for the Parti Quebecois leadership, several elected members are openly mulling possible runs, including former cabinet ministers Jean-Francois Lisee and Bernard Drainville.
Education Minister Yves Bolduc has apologized for comments he made last week that dismissed fears that budget cuts could force school boards to purchase fewer books.
Parliamentary hearings are held on the proposed Bill 3 at the National Assembly in Quebec City.
Premier Couillard addressed the pension dispute and responds to an ice bucket challenge Sunday at the Gay Pride Parade in Montreal.
One of the better-known members of the Coalition Avenir Quebec is resigning as an MNA.
Bernard Drainville says the party needs to rebrand itself as a party in favour of independence, not sovereignty.
Premier Philippe Couillard is heading to China in October for his first economic mission abroad.
The rules for the next Parti Quebecois leadership race will be announced on Sept. 27 in Sherbrooke.
The youth wing of the provincial Liberal party proposed a flurry of ideas to revolutionize Quebec over the weekend, some of which were immediately squelched by those who actually hold power.
Privatizing the SAQ, raising the speed limit, abolishing CEGEPs – the Young Liberals have bold ideas, but their elders don’t seem to be on board.
A Liberal government commission to evaluate provincial programs will cost $3.8 million for the first year of its operations, it has been learned through an Access to Information request.
A potentially interesting political battle is developing in the federal riding of Mount Royal, which includes the city of Cote St. Luc, the Town of Mount Royal and part of Cote des Neiges.
Quebec's international relations minister is apologizing to her Parti Quebecois predecessor for comments she made about his frequent trips to France.
Education Minister Yves Bolduc has announced that he won't be keeping the controversial $215,000 bonus he received for his work as a practicing physician.
Philippe Couillard says the beginning of work on Quebec's first diamond mine shows the Liberals' Plan Nord is back on track.
Quebec Education Minister Yves Bolduc is asking provincial health authorities to act speedily in reviewing a $215,000 bonus he was given for taking on patients as a family doctor.
The Liberal government says university tuition fees won’t be affected by a coming program review.
There is help available for those who are contemplating suicide, or who are worried about a friend or loved one taking their own life.