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Nora Loreto | Québec Solidaire needs to stop trying to play the sovereignty game invented by the Parti Québecois.
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Françoise David, spokesperson for Québec solidaire, in 2008
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.
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Michael Laxer | The English Canadian left is doing absolutely nothing to create a real political alternative to capitalism. Happily, the rest of the world is!
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Jon Milton | The Peoples for Mother Earth march organized a large demonstration in Montreal's financial district on June 7.
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Nora Loreto | Throughout the 33 days of the election campaign, it seems that the tragedy at Lac-Mégantic has been forgotten. Very little was said by the leaders about rail safety and crude oil transportation. Why?
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Nora Loreto | Recap 4 of the issues surrounding the Québec election.
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Nora Loreto | Recap three of the issues surrounding the Québec election.
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Nora Loreto | Second update from the campaign trail in Québec: The sovereigntist owner of Québecor, Pierre Karl Péladeau, has declared his candidacy for the Parti Québecois.
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Roger Annis | Quebec's minority Parti Québécois government launched the election campaign with a one-two right-wing punch.
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Nora Loreto | After Québec Solidaire's convention, I'm left wondering what's in store for the future of Ontario's political left
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RQIC protest against CETA. Photo: Yves Provencher/Métro
Stuart Trew | Quebec Solidaire has written to progressive European parliamentarians for assistance in forming a common resistance to the Canada-EU free trade deal.
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Redeye Collective | 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.