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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Bloc Québécois.


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  • An assistant manager at a Carleton University's Oliver's pub, she won Berthier-Maskinongé, a rural riding north of Montreal, with a 10 percentage point lead over the three-term Bloc Quebecois MP, Guy André.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Since 1993, the Bloc Quebecois has been a major party in federal politics.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Serge Cardin of the Bloc Quebecois is the local MP. Top Stories

  • Much of the NDP's momentum appears to be coming in the French-speaking province of Quebec, at the expense of the Liberal and the separatist Bloc Quebecois parties.

    Small Party Gains Clout in Canada

  • It is unlikely that Canadians would accept a pact between the NDP and the separatist Bloc Quebecois.

    Canada's Capitalism Referendum

  • The separatist Bloc Quebecois is also in danger of posting its worst showing since its first election in 1993.

    Canada Vote Sees Interesting Turn

  • He's also wooed French-speaking Quebec, drawing votes from the separatist federal party, the Bloc Quebecois.

    Canada Vote Sees Interesting Turn

  • It didn't help that only days after Turmel was approved by the party's national council as the interim leader, it emerged that she had been a card-carrying member of the separatist Bloc Quebecois up until January of this year – only months before she ran as a star NDP candidate in Quebec.

    Jack Layton's legacy to Canada | Colin Horgan

  • While the NDP's support for cap and trade may have helped it push the Green Party to its lowest share of the popular vote since the 2000 federal election, as well as win over environmentally-conscious Liberal Party and Bloc Quebecois supporters, does this mean cap and trade was a net vote-winner for the NDP?

    Alykhan Velshi: Let Them Eat Carbon

  • The Conservatives accused the Liberals of treason for uniting with the Bloc Quebecois, a party that seeks independence for Canada's French-speaking province of Quebec.

    Canadian government collapses in no-confidence vote


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