Jacques Duchesneau

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Watching the Watchdog: Don't Mess With Mesley

You wouldn't ever want to answer your front door to find Wendy Mesley holding a microphone there -- right next to a CBC camera flashing its little red light. Last Sunday, some of the old pre-perky Mesley came back. The following is the last part of of Mesley's interview with Jacques Duchesneau, the former Montreal police chief.

Yeah Right..

MONTREAL - It didn't take long for the star candidate par excellence of the current Quebec election campaign to take his first political lumps.In fact, it took less than 24 hours.An anti-corruption cr...

Corruption Takes Centre Stage

The third-most popular party in Quebec is hoping a star candidate who has just been at odds with the government will boost its hopes of vaulting into first place in the polls.Jacques Duchesneau, who l...

Nothing But Smiles

MONTREAL - Quebec Premier Jean Charest tried to downplay the effect that anti-corruption whistleblower Jacques Duchesneau could have on the provincial election on Saturday, saying his government had a...

Quebec Politics Awash In Illegal Funds?

MONTREAL - A Quebec corruption inquiry has heard its most incendiary allegation to date: that political parties in the province are financed primarily with "dirty money."In one particularly vivid exam...