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Parti Quebecois


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  • proper n. A provincial political party in Quebec, Canada, with the central goal of some form of political independence or sovereignty for Quebec.


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  • The opposition Parti Quebecois said it was acting to underscore Quebec's neutrality in dealing with religious groups, while the governing Liberal Party argued that the ban is needed for security reasons.

    Quebec Bans Sikh Daggers From Capitol

  • Bourget MNA Maka Kotto, Parti Quebecois culture and communications critic, argued the closing of Info690 "is not good news because it sounds the death knell of another francophone newsroom in Montreal and further undermines the media in Quebec."

    AM940 is Shut Down

  • The Parti Quebecois gets a good deal from Canada, but cannot win its referenda.

    Are Unionist parties big game hunting?

  • At least Ignatieff was elected to parliament unlike, say, when Lucien Bouchard just parachuted into the leadership of the ruling Parti Quebecois a few years ago, without even being running in an election.

    And the stupid continues to burn.

  • I was just watching Mike Duffy Live on CTV, and learned that Pauline Marois, the leader of the provincial Parti Quebecois -- the sister party to the separatist Bloc Quebecois -- announced that part of Gilles Duceppe's price for supporting the coalition is an immediate $1 billion transfer to Quebec...

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Those of us who can see through the inconsistent and dishonest behaviors of Canada's Right Wing, are well aware of their avowed hatred for the Bloc Quebecois, Parti Quebecois or French speaking separatists in general.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Andre Boisclair was chosen to be leader of the Parti Quebecois in November, 2005.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Bottom line on it is that it set the stage for the creation of the Parti Quebecois and seperation as a legitimate political option instead of the terrorism endorsed by the FLQ.

    a turning point in modern politics: just watch me « raincoaster

  • Federations are hard on parties to begin with-- any parties that aren't explicitly provincial/ regional e.g. the Parti Quebecois have to juggle their national and their provincial positions, trying to appeal to the very different median voters of each province severally as well as of the country as a whole.

    Jacob T. Levy

  • The Liberals are leading the Parti Quebecois, 36% to 29%.

    PQ on the way down?


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