Philippe Couillard

Elections 2018

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.
Philippe Gohier
10.2.18
politics

François Legault's CAQ win a convincing majority in Quebec

This puts an end to the almost uninterrupted reign of the Liberal Party since 2003.
Philippe Gohier
10.2.18
politics

Quebec heads to the polls with immigration as a key issue

Voters cast ballots today in a race that has been too close to call.
Stéphanie Fillion
10.1.18
politics

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.
Manisha Krishnan
9.24.18
Canadian Far Right Extremism

Politicians Denounce Far-Right Group Atalante's Invasion of VICE Office

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called it an "alarming" incident.
Billy Eff
5.25.18
Islamophobia

Six months after a deadly mass shooting, this Quebec City mosque is receiving a flood of hate mail

On Friday, someone sent a defaced Quran and a note recommending that its worshippers be buried on a pig farm.
Brigitte Noël
Sarah Krichel
7.19.17
inquiry

Quebec to investigate treatment of Indigenous people

The inquiry won't look at allegations of sexual abuse by cops in the Val d'Or region.
Brigitte Noël
12.21.16
column

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.
Cameron Fenton
4.15.15
News

Montreal Cops Kettled a Women-Only Anti-Austerity Protest

Protest like a girl: No-men protest ends in tear gas and arrest.
Kate McKenna
4.8.15
News

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.
Patrick Lejtenyi
4.4.15
Vice Blog

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.
Nick Rose
3.28.15
News

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.
Tannara Yelland
1.6.15
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