Bloc Quebecois Political Party News and Information

The Bloc Quebecois is a federally registered political party that fields candidates for office only in the Canadian province of Quebec. The large percentage of seats within the province of Quebec that they win each election gives the party some leverage in parliament - especially with any minority government or potential coalition. The party is centre-left on the political spectrum with a social policy heavy platform. The Bloc Quebecois are a political party seeking independence for the province of Quebec.

This newsfeed covers the federal political party the Bloc Quebecois including articles on government, policy, annoucements and more. For further information on Canadian political parties see - Canadian Political Journal

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Hardline separatist leader of Bloc Québécois faces party divisions
The Globe and Mail
Already down to a four-member rump in the House, the Bloc Québécois is facing new divisions since the arrival of a separatist hardliner at the helm of the party whose fortunes will help determine the winner of the next federal election. Mario Beaulieu ...

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National Post

Canadian patriotism, Quebec style
National Post
Even much of the rank-and-file of the Bloc Québécois rose up in revolt when its newly elected leader began emitting rhetoric out of the FLQ era last month. To top it off, this week former Bloc leader Gilles Duceppe wrote column in the Journal de ...

Conservatives Shouldn't Be Congratulating Themselves on Québec
Life in Quebec
As of the most recent polls, the Conservatives are barely holding at 14% in Québec, ahead of only the Green Party… and a full 4 points behind the separatist Bloc Québécois, despite the latter's ongoing internal conflicts following from the election of ...

Trois ex-députés du Bloc renoncent à se présenter en 2015
La Presse a appris que Luc Desnoyers, Jean-Yves Laforest et Claude Guimond viennent de se décharger de leurs responsabilités au Bloc québécois ou sont sur le point de le faire. Les deux premiers présidaient leurs associations de circonscriptions ...

Hill Times (subscription)

Harper Conservatives hope to win 10 Quebec seats in next election
Hill Times (subscription)
In the last federal election, the New Democrats under former leader Jack Layton won a whopping 59 seats in Quebec—the largest number of electoral seats in the party's history. The Liberal Party won six seats in Quebec and the Bloc Québécois won four.

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