Quebec election

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Quebec election: The end of an era, the beginning of—something

Paul Wells: There were parallel routs of the old-line parties, as the Liberals and PQ suffered historic drubbings. The CAQ is just what’s left over.
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Shake, rattle, roll

Martin Patriquin assesses the fallout after the second leaders’ debate in Quebec
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Paul Wells on the Quebec leaders’ debate

Political editor Paul Wells with his thoughts on tonight’s debate. Follow along, starting at 8 p.m. EST.
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Quebec election: Sit back and grin

The Quebec Liberals don’t need to call on their big guns against a floundering PQ
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The first rule of Sovereignty Club?

You don’t talk about Sovereignty Club. Second rule: imaginary worlds rock!
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The winner and loser in the Quebec debate

Québec solidaire leader Françoise David emerged as a winner, and a thorn in the PQ’s side
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Quebec’s election debate: Veiled threats

Pauline Marois must hope her comeback starts tonight
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Which Quebec party will benefit from CAQ woes?

Martin Patriquin on the return to a two-party system in Quebec and where the votes will land
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Why Pierre Karl Péladeau’s candidacy is a win for the PQ

The Quebecor king is an appeal to economically minded voters – but it could backfire down the road
Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois speaks to supporters at an outdoor market during a campaign stop in Chateauguay Quebec

The real issue on Quebec voters’ minds

The economy, not the values charter, will decide the next election