Is the city up to its old tricks?
A proposed 30-storey tower downtown has been green-lighted despite a lack of proper consultation, one of several worrisome moves by the Coderre administration.
Nationalism and xenophobia in Quebec
When activist and former student movement leader GND stated the obvious on a local talk show last week, the fallout confirmed one thing: racists have feelings too.
Shh! Don’t call it austerity
Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitão insists that austerity isn't being implemented in this province. He's become a specialist in Couillard Newspeak.
Is Arthur Porter really dead?
Quebec judicial authorities are skeptical about the reported death of the former Montreal superhospital boss in Panama on July 1. With good reason.
La Fête nationale and nonsense politics
Should we depoliticize St. Jean Baptiste celebrations or imbue the holiday with mystic powers? Should we pay Costco and Walmart to add French words to their names?