by PETER WHEELAND
Canadians lack confidence in the feds' ability to deal with an oil spill, and pipeline companies haven't been quick to reassure anyone. But this is happening whether we like it or not.
Le Devoir should do its devoirs.
Forget sovereignty — there's another old idea that needs to be revived to fix Quebec's political system. PLUS: The last mention of the Charter EVER.
Campaign mud-slinging has uncovered several cases of corruption, exploitation & stupidity, so we reviewed & ranked them. See which one gets a 10/10.
With her strange scare tactics, Charter defender Janette Bertrand becomes the honest face of prejudice in this province.
Luka Magnotta, Richard Bain & Earl Jones can vote on April 7, but the province won’t grant the same right to McGill PhD candidate Sean Beatty.
Exploiting anti-Muslim fear-mongering puts the péquistes in the same camp as Tea Party Republicans and France's Front National.
If elected, Péladeau must choose between selling his Quebecor shares and resigning as a Member of the National Assembly.
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.
* CKUT spring cleaning sale
* The Student Diaries at Dawson College
* Invisible Lines at Eastern Bloc
* Que ta joie demeure & The Husband at the Phi Centre
* Yamantaka // Sonic Titan play Il Motore
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