Canada: politics
September 25, 2022, No Comments

Let’s get ‘real’: Trudeau, Poilievre and the big debate over what matters The first of many face-to-fa ...

Canada: government & governance December 2021-
September 11, 2022, No Comments

Emergencies Act Canada’s 44th Parliament Michel C. Auger: La question qui va inévitablement se poser… Avec la mort ...

Wednesday Night #2103
July 6, 2022, No Comments

Three towering figures have left us this week. Canadian broadcasting legend Patrick Watson dead at 92 Man behind This Ho ...

Wednesday Night #2086
March 9, 2022, No Comments

It is hard to find -or be really interested in- any news that does not touch on some aspect or effect of the horrendous ...

Wednesday Night #2085
March 2, 2022, No Comments

A week ago, Wednesday Nighters were anxiously checking for the most recent developments on the Russia-Ukraine border. It ...

Quebec ‘student’ protests 2012 and the aftermath
June 1, 2015, 1 Comment

70 Quebec schools see human chains of protest On Monday, the grassroots campaign, called Je protège mon école publique ...

Quebec post 2012 elections
April 2, 2014, 2 Comments

Quebec’s public sector debt has now reached $ 264 billion dollars. Following the tabling of the budget, the Montre ...

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 ...

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 ...