Quebec Liberals


What I Learned This Week: The Precarious Future of Voting

Well, cross another one off the bucket list, as last Monday I made my debut as a TV political commentator. Given my career path and my reputation, the aforementioned gig seems strange and incongruous. But those who know me know my political passion, especially these days as Quebec and Montreal try to redefine their places in a rapidly-changing world.

Au Revoir, Marois

Monday night marked a big win for Philippe Couillard's Liberals, and big losses for the Parti Quebecois. Polls leading up to election day had predicted that Pauline Marois and the PQ had failed to win...

Quebec Leaders Make Final Push For Votes

MONTREAL - Pauline Marois made a last-ditch appeal to supporters on Sunday to get out and vote for her Parti Quebecois on election day, ruling out any kind of deals with the Coalition party to shore u...

PQ Majority Within Reach: Poll

A poll commissioned by the French-language newspaper, le Journal de Montréal, suggests the Parti Québécois would be within reach of a majority if an election were held today. The poll done by Léger M...

Quebec Liberal Offices Raided

MONTREAL - The Quebec Liberal party has confirmed that its offices were searched by the province's anti-corruption unit.The Liberals say the provincial police unit entered their Montreal headquarters...

Quebec Liberals Set To Choose New Leader

CP UPDATE: Philippe Couillard chosen to replace Jean Charest as Quebec Liberal leader. MONTREAL - Quebec Liberals are getting set to choose their new leader at a convention today in Montreal.Former p...

Quebec Liberals Say Goodbye To Charest

MONTREAL - Former Quebec premier Jean Charest took a final bow on the political stage on Saturday by making a passionate plea for national unity and reminding Canadians how important the province is t...

B.C. Liberal Party Expenses Out Of Whack

Sometimes when you want to know how prudent a political party will be with the taxpayer's dime, it doesn't hurt to consider how prudent they are when it comes to spending their own dime at party headquarters. Compared to their counterparts in other provinces, the B.C. Liberal party spends like there's no tomorrow. And it's spending that increasingly points to something ominous: election campaigns that never end.

Heading To The Polls

Quebec voter turnout is up compared to the last provincial election, despite a few power outages and temporary closures at polling stations in Montreal. The Quebec director-general of Elections said...

Home Stretch

QUEBEC - It's the final day of campaigning in Quebec as voters prepare to cast their ballots Tuesday.Premier Jean Charest has spent the final weekend on the hustings repeatedly warning of economic tur...

Liberals? What Liberals?

The head of the upstart Coalition Avenir Québec tried Saturday to frame the election as a two-way race between his party and Pauline Marois' Parti Québecois. Francois Legault took a page out of Premi...