The race to succeed Jean Charest has its first prominent participant as a former finance minister joined the Quebec Liberal leadership contest Friday.
The newly installed Parti Quebecois government wasted no time showing its sovereigntist stripes by appointing, on its first day in office, a minister responsible for advancing the cause of Quebec independence.
MONTREAL – The accused killer who allegedly ruined the Parti Quebecois election-night celebration surfaced again Wednesday – speaking out from his jailhouse just as the new government was being sworn in.
Pauline Marois will become the 30th premier of Quebec today – and the very first woman to hold the job in that province. Continue reading
The Maple Leaf made its return to the ornate Red Room of the Quebec legislature today, less than 24 hours after it was pulled out as members of the pro-independence Parti Quebecois took the oath of office.
The Canadian flag was removed from its spot inside the Quebec legislature as members of the pro-independence Parti Quebecois took the oath of office Monday. Continue reading
Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois was sworn in as the Member of the National Assembly for Charlevoix–Côte-de-Beaupré during a two-hour ceremony in Quebec City.
Outgoing Quebec justice minister Jean-Marc Fournier has become the interim leader of federalist forces in the province. Continue reading
The Parti Quebecois government of Pauline Marois intends to keep its promise to close the Gentilly-2 nuclear power plant in Becancour. Continue reading