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Op-Ed: Quebec Liberal Leader Jean Charest resigns

Quebec - After losing the recent election to the opposition Parti Quebecois the Quebec premier and Liberal Party Leader Jean Charest has resigned.

Op-Ed: Parti Quebecois may win a slim majority in Quebec election

Quebec - A recent article in the Globe and Mail projects a slim majority government for the Parti Quebecois in the upcoming provincial election on September 4.

Op-Ed: Quebec premier fights back in election debate

Quebec - Down in the polls, Quebec Premier Jean Charest came out swinging in the leaders' debate last night. He claimed that the PQ (Parti Quebecois) main objective was to separate from Canada,. He also pointed out that a past PQ government was corrupt.

Canada: Quebec provincial election called for Sept. 4

Quebec - The Premier of Quebec Jean Charest has triggered an election on September 4 after a meeting this morning with his cabinet. Charest's Liberal government has slumped in polls as investigations continue into corruption in the Quebec construction industry.

Turkish students get 8 years in jail for tuition protest

Quebec Premier Jean Charest may wish he had Turkish prosecutors and courts at his disposal to contain the Quebec student protests as Turkey sentences three students to long jail terms for three minutes of protest. UPDATE.

Poll: Ontario, Quebec Premiers voted least popular in Canada

Toronto - A new study released this week suggests that Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and Quebec Premier Jean Charest are the least popular premiers in Canada. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is the most popular.

Reports of Quebec Premier's death a hoax, Le Devoir hacked

Montreal - The editor-in-chief of Le Devoir, a French daily newspaper in Montreal, claims the newspaper was hacked following a false report that stated Quebec Premier Jean Charest was rushed to the hospital and died after suffering a heart attack.

Ontario Premier wades into Canada election, wants equal treatment

Toronto - Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has gotten himself involved in the Canadian federal election campaign trail. McGuinty demanded that the federal government provide equal treatment to Ontario by subsidizing the province's electricity infrastructure.
 

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