Quebec solidaire

Blog
Apr 1, 2015
Françoise David, spokesperson for Québec solidaire, in 2008

Quebec's long struggle to build a democratic left party

Pierre Beaudet
Richard Fidler
Paul Cliche has witnessed first-hand the 60-year struggle to build a viable democratic and progressive party of the left in Quebec. Here are his observations in a remarkable interview.
Podcast
Sep 25, 2012

Analyzing the results of the Quebec election

Redeye
The voter turnout for the recent provincial election was 75 per cent, the highest in the last 14 years. Quebec voters evidently felt that the stakes were high.
Blog
Sep 7, 2012

5 lessons of Quebec's student strike

Jesse McLaren
The historic Quebec student strike has generated a number of lessons we can all take forward in the fight against austerity
Columnists
Aug 30, 2011

Which way ahead for Quebec?

The movement for Quebec independence, born in the 1960s, and incarnated by the Parti Quebecois, the promoter of the province's sovereignty, is undergoing severe internal and external strains.
News
May 11, 2011

Will the Orange Wave lift Quebec solidaire too?

Ted Sprague
Quebec has always sat on a political fault line -- and last week it was hit by a massive NDP quake which came because the living conditions for working people in Quebec are dire.
News
Jan 21, 2011

Quebec right attacks MNA Amir Khadir

Ted Sprague
Khadir and Quebec solidaire represent an alternative that Quebeckers have been looking for -- and are responding to. His support for BDS actions is now being pounced on by his enemies.

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