Ballots in the Quebec election will be counted next Tuesday, September 4. With a week to go, almost nobody believes the Quebec Liberals will be re-elected.
On election day in Paris, Place de la Bastille (home of the left) was full and Place de la Concorde (home of the right) was empty. As sure a sign as any that the Socialist Party was about to win.
With an election expected as early as this spring, Pauline Marois and the sovereignist movement can thank Stephen Harper for putting the PQ back in the running to form the next government.
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.
Last week, the BQ MP Yvon Levesque really made a fool of himself. He declared that constituents in the far north riding of Abitibi-Baie-James-Nunavik Eeyou would never elect a First Nations candidate.
Recent calls by the PQ to extend Bill 101 to English language colleges in the province is causing a stir.
Redeye talks with Roger Rashi, founding member of Quebec Solidaire and a social and political activist living in Montreal.
Parti Québecois leader Pauline Marois has all the qualities necessary to be premier of Quebec, but is still being challenged by members of her party who say she has not been pushing sovereignty enough
The Bastarache Commission in Quebec City is looking closely at judicial appointments by the Charest government, with one of his former ministers being a key witness.