by PETER WHEELAND
We used to think of Quebec as a progressive province, but the Charter has forever changed that image.
Should we stay or should we go?
An opportunistic election call and the silencing of sensible opponents to Bill 60 only confirms what we already suspected of Marois and her nasty cabal.
The Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de Montréal has made a disturbing move that will limit who's admissable to the city's biggest hospitals.
Alain Magloire was shot dead by Montreal police on Monday, the third such incident in three years. And once again, the shooter will be exonerated.
When it comes to Quebec-related queries, the search giant's autocomplete function is telling.
While our government continues to manufacture problems and solutions, our real issues are becoming more serious.
The Conservative government is spending $40 million of your money to convince Canadians and the rest of the world that oil sands exploitation — something many reports have shown to be terrible for the planet — is a good idea.
Recent incidents — like the one in which a police officer threatened to tie a homeless man to a pole in the cold — show that Montreal's cops need a different type of monitoring.
Forget a year-end wrap-up — here's what we think will happen in Quebec in 2014.
A Visit from St. Grincholas is the only Christmas story you need to read this year.
Yeah, we see some nasty confrontations between anglos and and francos in the media and even on our streets. But these tense moments remain the exception to the rule.
* Kalmunity Vibe Collective play Les Bobards
* The Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show at Shäika
* Sylvain Sylvain & Glen Matlock play l’Escogriffe
* Bettie Page Reveals All at Cinéma du Parc
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