Élection québec

Cartoon Perfectly Sums Up The PQ's Defeat

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 04.07.2014 | Canada Politics

The Quebec Liberals won the election, but this cartoon in the Chronicle-Herald last month perfectly sums up the Parti Québecois' electoral fortunes. ...

IT'S ON

CP | Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press | Posted 05.04.2014 | Canada Politics

MONTREAL - Quebecers will go the polls next month with the Parti Quebecois chasing a majority government that could eventually march the province towa...

Why the Parti Quebecois Has Far From Won

Pierre Luc Brisson | Posted 11.05.2012 | Canada Politics
Pierre Luc Brisson

The Parti Quebecois' slim victory has a bitter taste this morning, made even worse because of the sad and deplorable events in Montreal. This victory does not give the PQ the margin it needs to carry out its platform. Yesterday's disappointing results reflect well the mood of a very unenthusiastic population and separatist electorate that are still struggling to see themselves as part of the party that will form the next government, despite nine years of Liberal rule.

Quebec, You Are Doomed, Dooooomed!!

J.J. McCullough | Posted 11.02.2012 | Canada
J.J. McCullough

2012-04-27-mediabitesreal.jpg It's been five gruelling weeks of symptoms and suffering but Canada's lengthy bout of Quebec Election Fever is set to finally break. It will bring an end at last to the ostentatiously cynical editorials from the Canadian punditocracy, all of whom were eager to spout various theories about why there were no good choices in this race between three equally hopeless parties led by three equally loser dinguses. Debt! Incompetence! Dubious loyalty to Canada! It matters not who you vote for, puny Quebeckers, either way your province is doomed, dooooomed!

À Bientôt to an Easy Separatism, Quebec!

David Frum | Posted 11.01.2012 | Canada
David Frum

Quebec's sovereigntists pretend to want independence. Until recently, federal politicians pretended to believe them. But with the Parti Quebecois poised to return to power after the September 4 election, the old pretenses are breaking down. Separatism is now a hard path, involving great sacrifices, reduced standards of living, more work, and fewer social benefits -- all at a time when PQ supporters yearn to hear a message of no sacrifices, improved standards of living, less work, and more social benefits. Which is precisely why Quebec separatism is effectively dead.

How Quebec Has Turned My Vote Religious

Ehab Lotayef | Posted 10.29.2012 | Canada Politics
Ehab Lotayef

As the Quebec election approaches I find myself, unfortunately, pressured to vote for a candidate and party based on my religious sentiments and my feelings of discrimination against my community, rather than formulating my opinion based on the multitude of challenges that face Quebec society as a whole.

So a Loser, a Salesman and a Bigot Walk Into a Quebec Election ...

Yoni Goldstein | Posted 10.24.2012 | Canada
Yoni Goldstein

As a general rule, one can find at election time a candidate or two who inspires at least some slight degree of votability. Not so this time around in Quebec. We have one man who has already proven himself unworthy, another whose professed political raison d'être is so preposterous that people can only assume he must be lying, and a woman who appears more and more to be a bigot determined to rid Quebec of immigrants, the English language and, ultimately, Canada. As they say, the choice is yours.

Could Quebec Go the Way of Greece?

Daniel D. Veniez | Posted 08.09.2012 | Canada Politics
Daniel D. Veniez

For decades, the province has been sleepwalking in the illusion of its success as a social democracy. Tragically, that dangerous mindset has become entrenched in the minds of a new generation that has known nothing else. Should the PQ emerge victorious in the upcoming election, and successfully negotiate a separation, Quebec could become far worse than Greece -- and without a European Community equivalent eager to bail it out.

An Election Wishlist From Quebec Students

CBC | Posted 10.06.2012 | Canada Politics

Student leaders have released a 20-page election wish list to help fellow students make an informed decision when they cast their ballot on Sept. 4. ...

Bring on the Election's Dullest Feature: Quebectorials!

J.J. McCullough | Posted 10.01.2012 | Canada Politics
J.J. McCullough

2012-04-27-mediabitesreal.jpg Now that a Quebec election has been called, pretty much every Canadian pundit of note or acclaim has published a Quebecertorial over the last two days, which might make a certain naive sort of person assume there's a lot to be said about the race. In reality, alas, there's pretty much only one thing to say, and everyone just wants to say it over and over. Namely, it's gonna be pretty awful and boring. I mean, have you met the cast of characters?

Look Who's Staying Mum On Quebec Election

CBC | Posted 10.02.2012 | Canada Politics

While Quebec Liberal Leader Jean Charest is counting on Quebecers seeing him as the only federalist option as they head to the polls in the next provi...

Quebec Election Speculation Ramps Up

CBC | Posted 09.10.2012 | Canada Politics

There are more signs today that Quebecers could be in for a summer election campaign. A report in Montreal's La Presse newspaper speculate...

Patrick White

Jean Charest Eyeing 2013 Election

HuffingtonPost.com | Patrick White | Posted 01.09.2012 | Canada Politics

MONTREAL -- Contrary to popular belief, Quebec Premier Jean Charest is seriously considering a provincial election next year rather than this spring, ...