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Shift toward Harper signals end of Canadian Jews as progressive force | Aug 18 2015 | Yves Engler | The Tories' share of the Jewish vote may double on Oct. 19. The Jewish community's shift toward the Conservatives opens a window into the ideological underpinnings of the century-old Zionist movement.
Harper throws stones, shatters own glass house | Aug 3 2015 | Scott Piatkowski | Stephen Harper has called the Quebec NDP caucus the "most inefficient, ineffective group we've ever seen."
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The spoiler: Gilles Duceppe returns as BQ leader | Jun 16 2015 | Duncan Cameron | With former leader Gilles Duceppe taking over the leadership of the Bloc Québécois (BQ) from Mario Beaulieu, the only party able to threaten the NDP in Quebec has raised its game.
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Energy East carries election issues from Quebec to English Canada | Feb 5 2015 | David Gray-Donald | The Energy East pipeline is threatening to tear right through Quebec, but not much noise is being made by English Canada. Why should you care? Here's why.
Thousands protest austerity in Montreal, Quebec City | Dec 1 2014 | Confederation of National Trade Unions | On November 29, tens of thousands of protestors took to the street in Quebec to protest austerity measures.
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Scotland isn't Quebec, the U.K. isn't Canada | Sep 12 2014 | Simon Jones | In the last few weeks, the momentum for Scotland's independence seems to be with the Yes campaign. Some are keen to compare it to Quebec, but why? They couldn't be more different.
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A number is never just a number: Voter turnout -- how low can we go? | Jun 13 2014 | Hennessy's Index | At 52.1 per cent, the percentage of voters who cast a ballot in the 2014 Ontario election is up from the province's 2011 historic low of 48 per cent. How does it fit into voter turnout across Canada?
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Quebec's budget: Setting the table for political wiggle room | May 20 2014 | Simon Tremblay-Pepin | The day following his election as Premier of Quebec, Philippe Couillard ordered a report on the state of the province's public finances. This unusual procedure led to the usual conclusion.
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Marois, Moses and the law of leadership | Apr 15 2014 | Duncan Cameron | With the defeat of the Parti Québécois government led by Pauline Marois, leading the Quebec Exodus from Canada has just gotten harder.
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Quebec election: Unfortunate outcome to a disappointing campaign | Apr 14 2014 | Eve-Lyne Couturier | A myriad of factors, sometimes contradictory, can explain Quebec voters' renewed support for the party formerly led by Jean Charest.
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Last week's landslide winners in Quebec election? The Federal NDP. | Apr 14 2014 | Gerry Caplan | History was made this week in Quebec when the NDP won an election in which they didn't participate. They had a vital stake in the outcome of Monday's vote and came away winners on all counts.
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Au revoir, Pauline: Goodbye to Quebec's time of division | Apr 11 2014 | Monia Mazigh | Pauline Marois's strategists thought that by raising the spectre of a "Muslim invasion" they would succeed as the Front National in France did. But Quebec isn't France and North America isn't Europe.
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A significant 'no': PQ government defeated | Apr 8 2014 | Duncan Cameron | The defeat of the minority PQ government led by Pauline Marois means Quebec will have a majority Liberal government led by Philippe Couillard.
Why I protested austerity in Quebec | Apr 8 2014 | anonymous | On April 3, protesters took to the streets to peacefully protest Quebec's austerity politics. The protest quickly turned chaotic when the Montreal police arrived. This is one person's account.
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In Quebec: Same old, same old -- or a historic upset? | Apr 7 2014 | Geoffrey Stevens | Polls show the electorate is moving, but where the people are heading is anyone's guess. The PQ is in trouble, the Liberals could win a majority (or not), and the CAQ is a wild card.

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What's the role of the federal NDP in Quebec if sovereignty remains a hot issue? | DaveW said...  NDP must  take a stand but somehow retain its new 2011 voters, argues Globe writer : The...
Does a PQ win mean a referendum on sovereignty? | alan smithee said... An immense waste of money and time...Support for sovereignty has been shrinking at break neck speed...
PQ Budget Proposes Quebec Government take Equity Stake in Oil and Mineral Projects | KenS said... I dont know if its some kind of poison pill- even guessing the likelihood of that is beyond my...
Québec elections the 4th of September: polling thread. | WyldRage said... Forum Research 1st of August: https://www.forumresearch.com/forms/News%20Archives/News%...
Electoral Maps 5 | Wilf Day said... The new Quebec provincial map for the coming election has one important difference from the federal...
Quebec's NDP "gaggle of political neophytes" II | Wilf Day said... As I was saying in the previous thread, I was hoping that someone would note the most remarkable,...
NDP Karate Kid Communist | Fidel said... Quote:He already has the titles of sensei in karate, and herald in the Ottawa Medieval Sword Guild...
A whole new game: the NPD (Quebec NDP) and its new MPs | Wilf Day said... The NDP takes the lead in Quebec. Quote:According to Yuri Rivest, vice president of CROP . . . With...
Jeff Itcush Mount Royal NDP | DaveW said... I e-mailed with congratulations and best wishes  at jeffitcush@ndp.ca and the mail ...
NDP's Quebec strategy getting noticed in the media | ottawaobserver said... By the way, Boom Boom, it looks like the NDP candidate in your area is in for some special...
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