Quebec premier celebrates Cherry’s firing, calls the icon a ‘clown’
Quebec Premier François Legault is “very happy” Don Cherry was fired.
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.
ORGANIZED CRIME WAR: Violence hits streets of Montreal
Montreal has been subject to a spree of organized crime shootings. In this year alone, there have been 17 murders in the greater Montreal area.
Sacrificing principled Conservative leadership for vain hopes in Quebec
Andrew Scheer’s attempt to win seats in Quebec cost him seats and credibility with voters.
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.
Elections Canada orders recounts for B.C., Québec ridings
Elections Canada rules stipulate automatic recounts when the winning candidate’s margin of victory equals 0.1 percent or less of the total votes cast.
Hydro-Quebec: nearly one million may be without electricity over the weekend
Over 900,000 Quebecers have been left without power for the weekend following brutal weather.