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GUNTER: Hypocrisy of Guilbeault nomination nothing new for Trudeau

GUNTER: Hypocrisy of Guilbeault nomination nothing new for Trudeau

Justin Trudeau wants Quebec seats so badly in this fall’s election that he doesn’t care what he does to Alberta, as long as it brings him votes in Montreal. On Wednesday, there was the prime minister
Via’s case for high-frequency-rail project better without Montreal-Quebec City leg: Internal doc

Via’s case for high-frequency-rail project better without Montreal-Quebec City leg: Internal doc

OTTAWA — Via Rail’s business case for a multibillion-dollar high-frequency-rail project between Toronto and Quebec City would receive a boost if it ditched the stretch from Montreal to Quebec City,

How Quebec's health-care system uses "vaccine whisperers" to keep "vaccine hesitancy" from turning to anti-vax

A French neonatal specialist named Dr Arnaud Gagneur has created a "vaccine counselling" program within Quebec's health-care system that uses a non-judgmental technique called "motivational
OLIVER: We can’t take national unity for granted

OLIVER: We can’t take national unity for granted

An overarching goal of every prime minister is to preserve national unity. He or she should never inflame regional resentments for misguided ideological fixations or partisan advantage. Unfortunately,
Quebec Celebrates Street Art on a 3 Miles Art Experience

Quebec Celebrates Street Art on a 3 Miles Art Experience

If you are looking for a creative way to spend time outside in Quebec City, look no further. Until October 14th, Street Art lovers will be happy to experience “Passages Insolites“, a 3 miles (4km)
Canada: Quebec Youth Adopt Islamic Customs in 'Solidarity' with Muslims

Canada: Quebec Youth Adopt Islamic Customs in 'Solidarity' with Muslims

Canada's French-speaking province of Quebec is seeing a new trend of young non-Muslim people adopting Islamic customs and holidays.
This Is Quebec City’s Only Library with English Books—Housed in a Former Jail

This Is Quebec City’s Only Library with English Books—Housed in a Former Jail

Formerly a college and, before that, a prison, the Morrin Centre today functions as more than a repository of books.
EDITORIAL: Lavscam bites Trudeau, again

EDITORIAL: Lavscam bites Trudeau, again

At this point, Canadians should be asking exactly what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meant when he said he accepted responsibility for the Lavscam scandal. This after Conflict of Interest and Ethics
Canada: Muslim Teacher Told to Remove Hijab Under Quebec Secularism Law

Canada: Muslim Teacher Told to Remove Hijab Under Quebec Secularism Law

A Muslim teacher has been told to remove her hijab or be turned away from a position under the Canadian province's new secularism law.
MULCAIR: Federal leaders need the moral courage to oppose Bill 21

MULCAIR: Federal leaders need the moral courage to oppose Bill 21

Quebec Premier Francois Legault has told federal party leaders to butt out of his province’s discriminatory Bill 21 that targets religious minorities. Tragically, for human rights in this country,
SUN GETS ACTION: ‘Odious’ Craigslist pedophile sent back to prison

SUN GETS ACTION: ‘Odious’ Craigslist pedophile sent back to prison

The convicted pedophile’s soft ride is over — for now. A Hamilton man who advertised his 7-year-old stepdaughter on Craigslist for pedophiles to sexually ravage is headed back to prison. After The
MULCAIR: Bill 21 could prove decisive for voters even out of Quebec

MULCAIR: Bill 21 could prove decisive for voters even out of Quebec

Justin Trudeau used his willingness to at least consider challenging Quebec’s discriminatory Bill 21 to good effect in last night’s English language debate. He boasted that he was the only person on