Don MacPherson

Une colère venimeuse...

Sovereignist rocker gets care from 'English' hospital

Éric Lapointe, who supports the PQ, received treatment at the Royal Vic

English lessons: Perhaps French boards can learn from anglos

Dropout rates in English schools are far less than those in French ones

Quebec's French connection

Quebecers are used to the subtlety of French diplomacy, not the in-your-face proclamations of Sarkozy

Charest ducking latest battle on Plains of Abraham

The premier is reluctant to be caught in political crossfire over re-enactment

Exit, quacking

If history tells us anything, this could be Charest's last term as premier

Debate was a flop

TV executives like the new format, but the numbers show Quebecers weren't impressed

The two faces of Quebec Premier Jean Charest

If re-elected, which Charest will it be: the fiscal reformer, or the solid administrator?

Anglos are shunned or taken for granted

Political parties assume anglos will vote Liberal, so they don't woo their vote

The Gambler

Charest rolled the dice by criticizing federal Conservatives, but the gamble appears to have paid off

Dion was big loser in debate

The Liberal leader looked nothing like a prime minister in the English debate

Charest channels Bourassa at weekend Liberal meeting

The premier is more nationalist, and more comfortable in his job

Separatist goon squad rides again

But jeunes patriotes fail to intimidate federalists gathered to nominate Justin Trudeau

Dion tries to change his hue by jumping on culture bandwagon

Liberal leader is unpopular in Quebec so he's trying to recast his image

Lessons from riot: Violence works

If it wasn't for the violence on Sunday night, politicians and the media would have ignored the problems of Montreal North