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Francois Legault Finally Announces Official Launch of His New Provincial Party–Coalition pour l’Avenir du Quebec Tomorrow

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Well, boys ‘n’ girls, it looks like this is the moment many have been waiting for; the moment where Francois Legault’s fictitious party becomes a reality.  He is to announce this tomorrow.  It should be interesting to see how those same polls who had Legault on top, as a fictitious party, will have . . . → Read More: Francois Legault Finally Announces Official Launch of His New Provincial Party–Coalition pour l’Avenir du Quebec Tomorrow

Upcoming By-Election In Bonaventure is Something Quebec Voters Should Be Watching And Why I am Rooting for The Liberal Candidate

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The by-election in the Gaspesie riding of Bonaventure will be held on December 5–less than a month from now.  It’s a by-election, much like last year’s by-election in Kamouraska-Temiscouata, will be one to watch. The task at hand is to elect a successor to former natural resources minister and deputy premier, Nathalie Normandeau, . . . → Read More: Upcoming By-Election In Bonaventure is Something Quebec Voters Should Be Watching And Why I am Rooting for The Liberal Candidate

Francois Legault Finally Launches His Manifesto After False Starts and Delays–Much Ado About, Well, Not Much??

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Once touted as “Force Quebec”,  former Parti-Quebecois MNA, education and health minister and 2005 leadership hopeful, finally launched his  ”centre-right” movement-manifesto yesterday, along with business man, Charles Sirois. They call themselves “Coalition pour l’Avenir du Quebec”–Coalition for the Future of Quebec. Here is the home page of their site, translated to English by . . . → Read More: Francois Legault Finally Launches His Manifesto After False Starts and Delays–Much Ado About, Well, Not Much??

Kamouraska-Temiscouata–The Quebec Version of Vaughan & Why Canadians Should Pay Attention To This By-Election Race–(UPDATE)

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While Canadians are keeping an eye of the three federal by-election races happening today, particularly the hotly contested riding of Vaughan, there is a Quebec provincial by-election happening today as well–Kamouraska-Temiscouata.  Like Vaughan, this by-election is also the test of  leadership.  The fate of premier Jean Charest and Parti-Quebecois leader, Pauline Marois will largely . . . → Read More: Kamouraska-Temiscouata–The Quebec Version of Vaughan & Why Canadians Should Pay Attention To This By-Election Race–(UPDATE)

A Fall Election? A Provincial One in Quebec, That Is

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If Pauline Marois has her way we could well be going to the polls come as soon as this Fall, or maybe even late this summer.

Yes, Jean Charest has a majority and has until 2013 to call an election.  However, after ousting Tony Tomassi and the potential for more to go either . . . → Read More: A Fall Election? A Provincial One in Quebec, That Is