English Canada should take the time to follow closely the upcoming Quebec election. It will matter for its future.
We are progressives and proud of it. The HuffPost exists to give people a voice and not tell them how to think or who to vote for.
02/08/2017 09:06 EST
Jacques Parizeau was Quebec Premier for merely 16 months, but he was a great servant of the state and, above all, one of the foremost builders of modern Quebec. He was one of the founding members of Parti québécois in 1968-1969, alongside Mr. Lévesque who had just stormed out of the Quebec Liberal Party. "Monsieur," as everyone called him, was a statesman; he truly had the interest of the public at heart in the noblest sense of the expression. The interest of the state came before his own. That is something that is becoming extremely rare in politics nowadays.
06/02/2015 10:51 EDT
LAVAL, Que. – Parti Quebecois Leader Pauline Marois put the idea of a third referendum on sovereignty on the backburner on Tuesday in an interview with Le Huffington Post Québec. "I have been very cle...
03/25/2014 11:06 EDT
I firmly believe that HuffPost's presence contributed to a greater diversity of ideas and opinions in Quebec. Quebecers are better informed than they were 12 months ago. They have one more reliable and objective source of information. HuffPost is there when it matters.
02/08/2013 08:06 EST
Quebec is witnessing a revolution this morning with the launch of Le Huffington Post Québec. We think that, in the current financial times, the launch of a new media player in Quebec provides a breath of fresh air that says the future is indeed online.
02/08/2012 06:19 EST
MONTREAL -- Contrary to popular belief, Quebec Premier Jean Charest is seriously considering a provincial election next year rather than this spring, a Liberal source told The Huffington Post. Charest...
01/09/2012 10:43 EST
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