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Podcast: Will the muck wash off after April 7?
Or has this campaign introduced a newer, nastier form of Quebec politics?
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:52



Marois ready to use notwithstanding clause to protect charter of values
Parti Québécois leader Pauline Marois said Monday she is willing to use the notwithstanding clause in the Canadian constitution to shelter her party’s proposed Charter of Quebec Values from legal challenges.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:51



Some Montreal boroughs delay changing parking restrictions
Some Montreal boroughs are delaying applying parking restrictions that normally take effect each year on April 1.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:51



Sherbrooke St. sewer work will add to N.D.G. traffic chaos
The closure of two Turcot Interchange ramps caused major traffic tie-ups on Monday morning but tomorrow brings more bad news: eastbound Shebrooke St. closed for repairs for six weeks.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:50



Pool restrictions mentioned by Bertrand 'completely fictional,' spokeperson says
La Tour Le Cartier, the posh downtown Montreal apartment building where Janette Bertrand lives, has no restrictions based on religion or gender limiting access to its swimming pool.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:50



Blanchet solicited $25,000 from engineering firm for Marois's campaigns: report
Pauline Marois’s husband solicited thousands of dollars from a Quebec engineering firm for his wife’s political campaigns, Radio Canada reported Monday.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 19:02:50



Couillard: PQ's charter is 'Machiavellian'
Quebec Liberal leader Philippe Couillard says the PQ plans to pass the charter of values into law knowing it will be struck down by the Supreme Court of Canada, thus igniting a spat with Ottawa.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-31 11:02:15



Girl, 8, hit by car on St-Denis
An 8-year-old girl was injured after being struck by a car while running across St-Denis St. on Sunday afternoon.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-30 19:02:17




A 17-year-old girl was in critical condition in a hospital Saturday after the car she was riding in hit a pickup truck about 9 a.m. on Montée Desjardins in the Laurentians town of Lac-Supérieur.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 19:02:50





Baseball fan in critical condition after falling from stands at Olympic Stadium
An unidentified man is in critical condition in a Montreal hospital after he fell from the stands at Olympic Stadium at a pre-season baseball game late Friday night, with Montreal police saying "we do fear for his life at this time."
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 07:02:34



Jane Goodall's lectures are all about hope and inspiration
Acclaimed primate expert and environmentalist Dr. Jane Goodall looked undeniably tired but serene as she welcomed a reporter and photographer into her hotel room in downtown Montreal Friday.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 07:02:34



English CEGEP students would have to pass a French-language proficiency exam to graduate: Marois
Students at English-language CEGEPs would have to pass a French-language proficiency exam in order to graduate under changes proposed by the Parti Québécois to Quebec's French language charter.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-29 07:02:33



Police wearing hijabs a hypothetical issue, Couillard says
Philippe Couillard came to the defence Friday of a Liberal candidate who said police officers could be allowed to wear a hijab on the job.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:10



An extra hurdle before a referendum can be called, Elections Quebec says
Quebecers learned Friday that any future majority Parti Québécois government would have another hoop to jump through before calling a referendum on whether to make the province a separate country.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:10




Jean-François Lisée said Friday he was shocked by Quebecers’ lack of enthusiasm for sovereignty expressed during the campaign and he has never been so “pessimistic” about the prospects of holding a referendum.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:09



Union unhappy with STM plan to cut back on ticket-takers
A Montreal transit union says a plan to cut back on ticket-takers at about 10 métro station entrances will put public safety at risk.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:09



Archives look back at history of Expos in Montreal
As the scent of popcorn, the taste of hotdogs and the unmistakable crack of bat connecting with the ball return to the city for one glorious weekend, the Archives de Montréal is helping stir up nostalgia by releasing photos of baseball in its heyday.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:08



Advance voting is underway
Advance polling began Friday in returning offices and in 175 learning institutions across the province. On Friday, voters were able to cast ballots at the returning offices in their ridings, while full-time students could cast ballots for their respective ridings at university and CEGEP campuses.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:08



Couillard on the defensive in debate aftermath
After a debate where he was battered by the leaders of Quebec's three major political parties, Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard spent Friday playing defence, peppered with questions of ethics, language policy and $600,000 he placed in an offshore bank account while working in Saudi Arabia during the '90s.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:07



Canadian police upset over not being recognized for role in Afghanistan
Some Canadian police officers who served in Afghanistan feel shunned by Ottawa after they weren’t given the same medal of recognition as their counterparts.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:07



Trip to a Shriners' convention kicked off relationship between Couillard and Porter
Philippe Couillard’s political rivals have hammered him this week over his past association with alleged fraudster Arthur Porter, accusing the Liberal leader of a lack of integrity. Couillard has countered that he has nothing to hide, adding that he was ultimately “fooled” by Porter, as were other “heads of state.”
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:06



More students complain they were not able to register to vote
MONTREAL — He is a candidate for the Green Party of Quebec in Chomedey, but Branden Edge may not be able to vote on election day. The McGill University student majoring in history has lived in Montreal since 2011 after moving from Arnprior, north of Ottawa.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 19:02:06



Groups unhappy with Montreal's decision to reappropriate funds for green space preservation
Question period at Thursday night’s agglomeration council meeting was taken up entirely by groups and individuals concerned about Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre’s recent announcement that Montreal will reduce by almost half the amount of money the city had planned to spend acquiring and protecting forests and wetlands over the next three years.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 07:02:24



David acts like only grown-up in room
Françoise David may have had the easiest go of it during Thursday’s debate, but the Québec solidaire leader didn’t walk away unscathed.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 07:02:23



Marois unveils 2012 income tax returns
Parti Québécois leader Pauline Marois, under pressure from her adversaries, published a summary of her 2012 provincial and federal income tax returns on her party’s website Thursday, just minutes before the second leaders’ debate was about to begin.
Newspaper: Montreal Gazette
Feed: News Date: 2014-03-28 07:02:23



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