Pierre Beaudet

Pierre Beaudet, active in international solidarity and social movements in Quebec, is founder of Quebec NGO Alternatives, and Editor of the Nouveaux cahiers du socialisme. He blogs on rabble.ca in English and French.

Pierre Beaudet
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Sep 12, 2008

Why the NDP is disconnected in Quebec

Pierre Beaudet
These days, Jacks runs around Quebec with a big smile on his face. He goes all over the place with the ex Charest Minister, Thomas Mulcair, who was also the director of the anti-nationalist lobby of t
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Sep 20, 2008

ABH in Quebec

Pierre Beaudet
It is starting, slowly but surely. Quebec social movements are waking up. They've realized that Harper can win.
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Oct 6, 2008

A Sunday afternoon in downtown Montreal

Pierre Beaudet
In an unusual way during an electoral campaign, over 10 000 people came out in the streets today to denounce Harper. The mood was festive, with lots of singers, poets, writers in abundance, including
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Oct 7, 2008

La crise et au-delà de la crise

Pierre Beaudet
La crise actuelle est mondiale même si elle est «visible» surtout aux États-Unis. De par la mondialisation des marchés, elle risque de «contaminer» les principaux pays capitalistes en Europe, au Japon
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Oct 8, 2008

Anyone-but-Harper hegemony in Quebec

Pierre Beaudet
For sure now, not considering the results next Monday, the anti Harper camp has established its ‘hegemony'. It is not only (and perhaps mainly) quantitative, in relation to the number of people who wi
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Oct 9, 2008

Liberal fools

Pierre Beaudet
As days go by, the Harper revolution is floundering. With the setbacks it suffered earlier on, it is now the target of ordinary people who think that the PM is not responding to the financial meltdown
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Sep 14, 2008

Will the Liberals ever come back in Quebec?

Pierre Beaudet
Stéphane Dion is the darling of Quebec's cartoonists. He is often portrayed as a rat, nibbling at some cheese, conspiring and mumbling against the nationalists.

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