Quebec mayor blames councillors flip-flop on menstrual cycle
A mayor of a small town in the province of Quebec has apologized after he said that the female councillors made legislative decisions due to them menstruating.
Quebec provincial credit score reaches ‘remarkable’ historic high
DBRS Morningstar global credit rating agency officially upgraded Quebec’s rating from level A (high), where it has remained since 2006.
Quebec achieves surplus of $1.4 billion, gives it back to the people
Quebec’s governing party the Coalition Avenir Québec has achieved an impressive surplus of $1.4 billion and will now look to distribute amongst the Québecois people.
English-language group accuses Quebec of dodgy politics
An organization that represents English-speaking Quebeckers is accusing the Quebec government of undermining their activities in the province,
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.”
Quebec should build Energy East or we may face an Albertan revolt
Albertans will find it harder to provide Quebec its much needed equalization payments if they cannot adequately sell their oil.