What Can We Expect From Quebec's New Right-Wing Government?
François Legault's Coalition Avenir Québec has four years of majority government ahead of it.
This Is How Much Quebec’s Premier Thinks It Costs To Feed a Family
We’re guessing Philippe Couillard hasn’t bought his own groceries in a while.
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Politicians Denounce Far-Right Group Atalante's Invasion of VICE Office
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called it an "alarming" incident.
Science vs. Politics—The Real Problem with the Premiers’ Climate Summit
The provinces recognized climate change is a problem, which is great. But without any action, that recognition doesn't mean a thing.
Montreal Cops Kettled a Women-Only Anti-Austerity Protest
Protest like a girl: No-men protest ends in tear gas and arrest.
Montreal’s Huge Anti-Austerity Protest Lived up to the Hype
It was all good vibes until the tear gas was invited to the party.
Maple Spring Breakers: Quebec Students Are Back on Strike in a Big Way
Thousands are taking to the streets again, aiming to be part of a larger social movement, not just a student movement.
Low Oil Prices Are Killing the Fracking Industry, but the Tar Sands Will Be Just Fine (for Now)
The current slump in oil prices could spell the end of North American fracking, and ongoing price volatility might also mean trouble for the more financially stable tar sands.
Quebec Just Shut the Door on Shale Gas Development (For Now)
After years of debate and two environmental studies, Quebec's government has decided not to allow shale oil and gas extraction.
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Quebec's Fight Against Austerity Could Be the Next Maple Spring
On the heels of drastic austerity cuts and preferable treatment of the resource extraction industry, the Quebec Liberals are facing mounting public opposition that suggest a possible pushback similiar in scale to the 2012 so-called "Maple Spring...
Simon Van Vliet