English-speaking seniors in Quebec
November 19, 2013, No Comments

Seniors Action Quebec Getting services in own language can be a battle for Quebec’s rural English-speaking seniors (Gl ...

Lisée, Drapeau and Montreal`s special status
October 14, 2013, No Comments

Lisée, Drapeau and Montreal`s special status By Beryl Wajsman One of the reasons that the nationalist narrative in Queb ...

New federal election map
August 21, 2013, No Comments

Canada’s federal electoral map is changing Every 10 years, after the census is conducted, the number of electoral ...

Canada – U.S. Post 2008 Elections
November 21, 2012, No Comments

CBC News – Indepth: Canada-U.S. Relations 5 May 2003 … Relations between Canada and the U.S. are decidedly c ...

Québec in 2012
November 9, 2012, No Comments

Andrew Potter: Why majority rule on secession is impossible (Ottawa Citizen via Canada.com) Small infants will grow old ...

French language predominance in Québec
October 12, 2012, No Comments

Opinion: French predominance, bilingualism should be goals By Julius H. Grey, Special to the Gazette October 12, 2012 MO ...

Canada and asbestos
September 22, 2012, 2 Comments

Asbestos: A century of concerns A brief history of the fight over asbestos Ottawa Citizen/ October 2008 Asbestos: The ma ...

Quebec elections 2012
September 14, 2012, 1 Comment

Quebec Election Results 2012: How Did The Pollsters Do? ThreeHundredEight.com – excellent poll analysis, round-up ...

Jean Charest’s actions speak louder than words
August 24, 2012, No Comments

By Don Macpherson, Montreal Gazette August 24, 2012 MONTREAL – In his interview with The Gazette on Thursday, Jean ...

Margaret Somerville: What is happening in Quebec
June 4, 2012, No Comments

Many young people in Quebec, with good reason, do not believe they have a voice in the public square, writes Margaret So ...