Today's election in Quebec is being closely watched by the rest of Canada. Rosemary Barton is CBC's national reporter on Parliament Hill. She joins Sue Smith in the Homerun studio on what today's election could mean for Ottawa. Related links Now ... CBC, 2 weeks ago
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05 de marzo de 2014, 16:09 Ottawa, Mar 5 (Prensa Latina) The Prime Minister of Quebec Pauline Marois, dissolved today the National Assembly of the Canadian province and called for new elections for next April 7, in order to try to get a majority ...Prensa Latina, 1 month ago Canada Quebec Dissolve Parliament and Calls to Early Elections Big News Network, 1 month ago
The federal government has given notice it will table its long-awaited bill on First Nations education this week, ahead of a scheduled two-week Easter recess. Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt will table a bill to establish a ...Huffington Post Canada, 2 weeks ago First Nations Education Act Tabled Amid Criticism From Some Aboriginal Groups Huffington Post Canada, 2 weeks ago
As Scotland's nationalists step up their campaign to leave the U.K., markets elsewhere suggest independence isn't popular with bond investors. Yields on Quebec's 10-year securities declined after separatists in the Canadian province lost ground in ...BusinessWeek, 1 week ago Breakaway Scots Selling Bonds Face Higher Yields: U.K. Credit Washington Post, 2 months ago
Ken Dryden is an author, former Liberal member of Parliament and member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. It is hard to imagine how Pauline Marois could have run a worse campaign. Just a few weeks ago, her Parti Québécois was on its way to a majority ...Globe and Mail, 2 weeks ago
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau speaks about the Senate and Liberal senators during an announcement in the Foyer of the House of Commons Wednesday January 29, 2014 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.Big News Network, 1 month ago Quebec Liberals won 'without too much effort,' Legault says CTV News, 2 weeks ago Couillard promises 'most transparent government' in Quebec history CTV News, 2 weeks ago Justin Trudeau Apologizes To President Of Ukrainian Canadian Congress For Hockey Joke Huffington Post Canada, 1 month ago
KINGSTON- Canada is once again approaching a possible national unity crisis. If Quebec voters give Parti Quebecois Premier Pauline Marois the majority mandate she covets, the province will almost certainly hold a third referendum on independence, ...Kingston Whig-Standard, 1 month ago Marois tells Canada not to be afraid of Quebec election outcome Alaska Highway News, 1 month ago Quebec's 'dying with dignity' law would set new standards CBC, 2 months ago
Justice Marc Nadon listens to opening remarks as he appears before a parliamentary committee following his nomination to the Supreme Court of Canada Wednesday October 2, 2013 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The Supreme Court of Canada is set to begin ...MSN Canada, 1 month ago Questions linger about secret panel for Marc Nadon's appointment MSN Canada, 1 week ago CBA wrestles with sensitive Nadon matter Lawyers Weekly Canada, 1 month ago
Ontario has lagged behind other provinces namely Quebec and British Columbia when it comes to its dealings with First Nations, said Bob Rae. The former Premier of Ontario became the chief negotiator for the Matawa First Nations ...Northern Ontario Business, 2 weeks ago
Earl Dreeshen, Member of Parliament for Red Deer, spoke today before the Alberta Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association regarding the New Building Canada Plan and what it means for Alberta. The New Building Canada Plan builds on the ...Individual.com, 1 week ago
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