April 14 (Bloomberg) -- Consumer sentiment in Quebec rose the most in more than nine months after the primarily French- speaking province voted out the separatist Parti Quebecois in an election last week. The Bloomberg Nanos Confidence Index for ... Washington Post, 5 days ago
Canada's mostly French-speaking Quebec province goes to the polls Monday with the opposition Liberals -- champions of Canadian unity -- jumping ahead of the ruling separatist Parti Quebecois in public opinion surveys. The Parti Quebecois (PQ), led ...Expatica France, 2 weeks ago Happy faces Jakarta Post, 1 week ago The Quebec Election: The Campaign You Didn't See Global Research, 1 week ago Quebec separatist party under threat in election Gulf News, 1 week ago
Voters in Canada's largely French-speaking province of Quebec go to the polls on Monday, pitting two very differing views of society against each other - religious and secular. The Province is Canada's largest and the second most populous. Eighty ...Al Jazeera, 1 week ago Separatist party has battle in Quebec MSN New Zealand, 1 week ago Separatist party faces uphill battle in Quebec vote Yahoo! News, 1 week ago Should Quebec become more secular? Residents vote today. Yahoo! News, 1 week ago
A day after Quebec voters ousted the French-speaking province's separatist government, the incoming Liberal Party on Tuesday said it would quickly turn its attention to the economy andBig News Network, 1 week ago Quebec Liberals Defeat Canada Separatists in Provincial Vote (1) BusinessWeek, 1 week ago Separatism was dealt a blow, but don't think it was knocked out Globe and Mail, 1 week ago
Canadian consumer confidence continued to decline last week as an election campaign in the French-speaking province of Quebec raises the prospect of a referendum on independence. The Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index fell to 58.0 in the ...Bloomberg, 3 weeks ago Canada Confidence Falls Again on Quebec Separation Talk: Economy BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago Canada Confidence Falls on Quebec Separation Talk: Economy La Repubblica, 3 weeks ago
Canada's French- and English-speaking Jesuits plan to rejoin into a single Canadian province of the world's largest Catholic religious order of men. Fr. Peter Bisson, provincial superior of the Jesuits in English Canada, spoke about the plans at ...National Catholic Reporter, 2 days ago
Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois speaks to reporters following a Quebec provincial election leaders debate in Montreal, Thursday, March 27, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes MONTREAL - The Quebec election campaign moved into a major ...MSN Canada, 3 weeks ago Marois promises to beef up language laws to protect French Newstalk 1290 CJBK, 3 weeks ago Quebec tries to clarify rules after English-speaking students turned away Saskatchewan Lifestyles, 3 weeks ago Parti Quebecois election platform highlights values charter and French language Sundre Round Up, 1 month ago
French communities and the French-speaking population in Shenzhen are celebrating the International Day of La Francophonie this week with various activities highlighted by an All Talents Welcomed party Thursday night in OCT Bay, Nanshan District. ...News Guangdong, 1 month ago French journalists kidnapped in Syria released, says Hollande Xinhua News Agency, 3 hours ago French journalists freed: 'It's nice to see the sky' Channel 4, 4 hours ago Four French journalists held hostage in Syria freed Haaretz, 4 hours ago
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On April 7, Canada's predominantly French province of Quebec will vote in a general election brought about by a separatist minority government known as the Parti Quebecois (PQ). Quebecers will then await the results with trepidation and concern, ...Al Jazeera, 4 weeks ago Canada: Separatists Crushed in Quebec Provincial Elections Lignet, 1 week ago Liberals win Quebec election Oman Tribune, 1 week ago Trudeau: Quebec's Relationship With Ottawa Should Blossom Under Liberals Huffington Post Canada, 1 week ago
Quebec co-operatives bridge two solitudesApr 16, 2014 5:00 AM ET — Canada's French-speaking co-operatives are reaching out to their counterparts in English Canada after operating separately for a century.
The implosion of the Parti Québécois election campaign and the election of one of the most unabashedly federalist premiers in the province's recent history were good news stories for Canadian federalists in April. Much less noticed was the ...CBC, 3 days ago
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