Pauline Marois Election


PQ Integrity Under Attack, Again

MONTREAL - The Parti Quebecois is facing questions on Saturday as integrity emerges as a key issue in the provincial election campaign.Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard says it's the turn of PQ chief...

Think Quebec's Going to Separate? Take a Valium!

As expected, Quebec Premier Pauline Marois has called an election this week. Recently published surveys appear to suggest that her Parti Quebecois government is tracking toward a majority government. Predictably, the political and pundit class in English Canada are hyperventilating at the prospect of a referendum on Quebec sovereignty should the PQ win a majority. The citizens of Quebec will vote for a new government in their next election. They aren't going to the polls to vote to form a new country. That may come later. But I doubt it. Like the rest of us, Quebecers are far too preoccupied with questions much more fundamental to them.
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QUEBEC - Former Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe says he will not run in the next Quebec election.Duceppe told The Canadian Press on Monday he won't seek a Parti Quebecois nomination and hasn't be...

Did Somebody Say.. Election?

SHAWINIGAN, Que. - The Parti Quebecois government is not ruling out the possibility of calling a spring election before it tables a budget.Deputy premier Francois Gendron indicated Wednesday the timin...

Marois Puts Rumours To Rest

SAINT-MICHEL-DES-SAINTS, Que. - After weeks of speculation, Pauline Marois says she's decided not to call a snap election in 2013.The Quebec premier announced the decision after a two-day retreat with...

Quebec Election?

QUEBEC - The chances of a 2013 Quebec election declined somewhat as the Parti Quebecois government moved Wednesday to downplay expectations of a snap vote.The premier and at least three ministers shru...