Don MacPherson

Pierre Curzi's words speak for themselves

This is not the first time a politician says one thing in French and denies it in English

The Halak spring didn't last long

By the Fete nationale the old divisions and 'nous' mentality had returned

PQ inventing imaginary solutions for imagined problems

Party proposes new 'offensive' against use of English on Island

Marois joins militant sovereignists in Bill 103 protest

Violent separatist groups buddy up with the PQ and Bloc leaders

Corruption in Quebec? Blame Canada, sovereignists say

As the 20th anniversary of Meech Lake approaches, PQ is stirring the pot

Charest's contempt for anglos is showing

Premier's office has snubbed chairs of two largest English school boards

Harper has a strange way of wooing Quebec

New senator has history of attacking French, minister ridicules green standards

Charest misses another chance to sell budget cuts

Despite the looming deficit, premier balks at explaining need for cuts

Tough year ahead for Charest

The premier faces fiscal troubles and a new debate over accommodation

PQ's ahead, but it's only the first quarter

And polls show that Pauline Marois is no Anthony Calvillo

Charest hopes he has time on his side on construction probe

The Assembly breaks for holidays soon and MNAs don't return until February

Extremism and money

Both the Parti Québécois and the Liberals show off their weakness on the same day

As winter approaches, the language issue heats up

Two developments threaten to make trouble for both Pauline Marois and Jean Charest