Pierre-Karl Peladeau

The PQ’s cycle of self-destruction is terrible for Quebec

The PQ seems less an opposition party than part and parcel of the Liberal Party’s re-election strategy

Pierre Karl Péladeau: A man of brash impulses gives in to another

Pierre Karl Péladeau exits politics just as he arrived: hastily. Martin Patriquin on the former Parti Québécois leader’s surprise resignation

PKP: Farewell to the PQ’s last-chance man

Paul Wells on Pierre Karl Péladeau’s historically short, ill-suited leadership of the Parti Québécois, and what comes next

The PQ grows another propaganda arm

A new research institute will ‘show the advantages of independence’. It’s hard to see what it could possibly add to the old argument.

Why a struggling Parti Québécois is bad for Quebec’s democracy

Pierre-Karl Péladeau is, predictably, stumbling toward the exit, while Philippe Couillard fumbles his way to undeserved success

Pierre Karl Péladeau won’t be a Parti Québécois saviour

Pierre Karl Péladeau is not going to ignite the PQ. He is about to fall into some familiar political traps.

Around the Bloc again: The renewed militancy of Quebec sovereignty

With shrinking coffers and membership, the Bloc Québécois is returning to its militant roots to fight for sovereignty—and survival

‘Citizen Péladeau’: What will the PQ do with their Péladeau moment?

He is a billionaire media mogul with ego and a temper. And he’s about to become the official face of Quebec separatism.

For the Parti Québécois, bad habit dies hard

Why the PQ has re-embraced its troublesome, vote-losing ‘values charter’

P.K. vs. P.K.

One had a political coming-out, the other a hockey love-in with the sport’s most loyal fans. A tale of the tape between Pierre-Karl Péladeau and P.K. Subban.

Is PKP the next Michael Ignatieff?

He will almost certainly take the leadership of the PQ, but he is a flawed politician in a troubled party, writes Martin Patriquin

For the record: Brian Mulroney on Pierre Karl Péladeau and the PQ

‘I’ll just leave you with a quote from Margaret Thatcher …’ the former prime minister told our Quebec correspondent