In the last week of the Quebec election, the decades-old struggle between Quebec sovereignists and Canadian federalists for political dominance is once again centre stage.
As a possible referendum on separation looms, federal politicians will be carefully positioning themselves. The biggest challenge is for the NDP's Mulcair.
The proposed Charter of Values released by the Parti Québécois government was an instant subject of controversy within Quebec and across Canada, but for widely different reasons.
Should Tom Mulcair be surprised to learn that a chorus of Canadian editorial boards have condemned him for being soft on Quebec sovereignty, and therefore a danger to national unity?
David P. Ball
The federal budget continues Canada's legacy of paternalism towards Indigenous peoples. The Left Coast Post talks to former NDP contender Romeo Saganash.
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.
Stephen Harper promoted unilingual applicants as auditor general and Supreme Court judge. He pushes a divisive agenda that he hopes will muddle the NDP and play to prejudiced Anglophones.