Quebec

The amount of asylum seekers illegally walking into Canada from the U.S. border has fallen dramatically in September from August. ...

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By: David Tuchman Quebec and Ontario were set to sign a new seven-year electricity a deal Friday, when both governments met a joint cabinet meeting in Toronto. The agreement comes after months of negotiations behind closed...

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Quebec has joined Ontario and other provinces by cracking down on the use of electronic cigarettes....

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Quebec's Coalition of Physicians for Social Justice is challenging the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling on doctor-assisted suicide....

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Support for Quebec sovereignty lost by less than one per cent....

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Synthetic illicit drugs survey

November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Portage, a non-profit organization that helps people suffering from drug addiction, released a survey today to highlight the growing concern of synthetic illicit drugs in Quebec. ...

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Statistics Canada announced Friday that Canada's unemployment rate is at its lowest since November 2008, sitting at 6.5 per cent....

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A Quebecer who killed a Canadian soldier and injured another “is clearly linked to a terrorist ideology,” Canada’s Public Safety Minister said on Tuesday....

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By Jordan Burton A 25-year-old Quebec man was shot and killed by police on Monday after running down two Canadian soldiers. The hit-and-run took place in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., about 40 km southeast of Montreal. Sureté du Québec said...

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College and university students in Quebec were able to vote for the first time Friday at on-campus polling stations in the run up to the province's general election. But before some students even made it...

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