Legault government invokes closure to pass Hydro-Quebec rates bill

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 8, 2019 11:37 am Updated December 8, 2019 11:43 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The Quebec government has invoked closure to pass legislation that will…

As criticism mounts, Parti Québécois wants chief justice to withdraw from Bill 21 hearing

The Parti Québécois is the latest to join the choir of voices asking for the province’s chief justice to withdraw from hearing a legal challenge to Quebec’s secularism law. Pascal Bérubé, interim leader of the party, said Nicole Duval Hesler…

As criticism mounts, Quebec’s chief justice should withdraw from Bill 21 hearing: PQ

The Parti Québécois is the latest to join the choir of voices asking for the province’s chief justice to withdraw from hearing a legal challenge to Quebec’s secularism law. Pascal Bérubé, interim leader of the party, said Nicole Duval Hesler…

Liberal MNA Greg Kelley tables bill to give all Quebecers free French language training

Jacques-Cartier MNA Greg Kelley wants everyone in Quebec — no matter what their linguistic background — to have the right to free French language classes. On Wednesday, Kelley tabled a bill he hopes will be adopted by the National Assembly.…

Quebec government promises equal leave benefits for adoptive parents

A group of adoptive Quebec parents came to the National Assembly Tuesday morning to convince Labour Minister Jean Boulet they deserve the same benefits as biological parents. If new legislation, Bill 51 is passed, a biological mother will still have…

Making parental leave benefits equal for all Quebec parents

The labour minister says he’s not backtracking from the parental leave bill tabled last week. Instead, Jean Boulet says all parents, whether they are adoptive or biological, will receive the same number of weeks leave but how they are attributed…