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
Find the Bloc Quebecois online at www.blocquebecois.org
Marois government to impose Bill 101 on companies under federal jurisdiction
It was also raised in October 2007 by then leader of the Bloc Québécois, Gilles Duceppe, who called on the Harper government to honour the terms of Bill 101 in industries under federal jurisdiction. Quebec's French Language Charter, or Bill 101, has ...
More bad news for the PQ…
More bad poll news for the PQ
Montreal MP owes Quebec thousands in taxes
In the days following the election, the CVs of some of the rookie MPs came under intense scrutiny in Quebec media and from the Bloc Quebecois -- which had been nearly wiped out by the so-called Orange Crush. Benskin, for his part, had fought for tax ...
Harper returns to Canada, will face scandal questions
Geddes says while things don't look good for Harper right now, this crisis probably isn't as big as the one he faced in 2008 when the Liberals, New Democrats, and Bloc Quebecois threatened to form a coalition government. Print; Text: a A ...
BC Election a disaster for labour, indigenous and environmental activists
In reality, the party's 2011 gains were overwhelmingly a result of the huge swing of restless and disenchanted voters in Quebec against the Tories, Liberals and Bloc Québécois. The NDP was perceived as an ally in English-speaking Canada in the defense ...
HEBERT: BC experience should be wake-up call for NDP
Westmount Examiner (blog)
Justin up in Quebec; Harper slips a bit
Westmount Examiner (blog)
The Bloc Quebecois and Daniel Paillé are in third place with 18%. No big change there. The great defeat in the poll goes to Stephen Harper's Conservatives who end up with only 9% in Quebec. That's poor, very poor. There is an old saying in Quebec ...
New poll shows drop in support for Harper and Conservatives
Biased, lapdog investigations mean cover-up of Senate scandal most likely ...
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