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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Toronto Star

PKP's success in Quebec married to Bloc Québécois
Toronto Star
Almost a year into the tenure of sovereigntist activist Mario Beaulieu, the latest Bloc leader remains unknown to many Quebec voters. Most of them will see him in action for the first time on the podium of the French-language election debate(s) this year.
Péladeau's sovereignty dreams depend on BlocHamilton Spectator
No, we shouldn'tThe Economist
Experts agree: Canada is a real country (and Pierre Karl Péladeau is wrong)National Post

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Conservatives won't participate in major broadcasters' debates
NDP Leader Jack Layton, left to right, Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff debate during the French language federal election debate in Ottawa on Wednesday, April 13, 2011.
Federal opposition parties agree to two TV debates without ToriesCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Opposition parties agree to TV debate nixed by PMCTV News

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The Globe and Mail

Alberta and Quebec: A tale of two orange waves
The Globe and Mail
Voters in Alberta, just as they were in Quebec in 2011, were mad as heck with their political class. In Quebec, fatigue with the Bloc Québécois, and the perception that it had become “un parti comme les autres” (just another political party) was a ...
NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Orange wave crushes ToriesJournal Pioneer

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Pre-election Quebec push continues with Harper heading to riding lost in 2011
The Conservatives won Montmagny-L'Islet-Kamouraska-Riviere-du-Loup in a 2009 by-election prompted by the resignation of the Bloc Quebecois MP who had held it since 1993. But the New Democrats pushed the Tories out again in 2011, thanks to the ...

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CTV News

Opposition parties agree to TV election debate
CTV News
OTTAWA -- The game of election debate chicken continues, this time with the opposition parties agreeing to a pair of debates on the major TV networks. The Liberals, NDP, Green party and Bloc Quebecois have reached an agreement in principle with the ...

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