CAQ youth wing wants sustainability, but that doesn’t necessarily mean constantly talking about the environment
The youth wing (people aged 16-30) of the Coalition Avenir Québec (Coalition of Quebec’s Future) party has said that they’re looking for elected officials which see beyond 4-year re-election cycle to secure a sustainable plan for themselves, their children, and their grandchildren thereafter. However, for the youth wing, sustainable action plans don’t necessarily include environmental considerations.
Laval, Quebec spends $1 million on a bad paint job and removal
The city of Laval, Quebec spent $750,000 only two years ago to paint 90 curbs blue and white, and now they want it erased.
Four-year-old Canadian boy dies after being crushed by swing set
According to Sûreté du Québec, a four-year-old boy has passed away after being crushed by a collapsing swing set.
Quebec immigration policy faces backlash over possible labour shortages
A statement released by one prominent Quebec association representing manufacturers and exporters voiced a dissenting opinion. They claim to worry that the reduction in new arrivals will create an atmosphere “insufficient to meet the needs of the manufacturing sector.”
Justin Trudeau went for a walk in Montreal and nobody cared
This Saturday, our Prime Minister decided to stroll down Montreal’s St. Denis street in broad daylight in what appears to be an attempt to garner some good, unrehearsed photo-ops with every day Canadians.
Quebec separatism is asleep, not dead
When the CAQ came to power in 2018, political commentators and politicians again failed to take note of history. Throwing caution to the wind, they described the CAQ’s electoral victory, which arguably derived from their apathy towards separation, as being “the end of the [sepratist] dream.”
Canada’s marijuana laws are all about Trudeau’s hipster legacy
Justin Trudeau was more interested in his hipster legacy than marijuana’s fine scientific details.
VIDEO: Quebec man hurls racist comments at Muslim woman and her three-year-old daughter
Earlier today, Quebec Premier François Legault’s office “maintained there is no link between the incident depicted in the video and the government’s new secularism law,” according to CBC.