Bernie's Notebook archive

Aug. 28

It's becoming a two way race for francophone voters

Aug. 23

Citizen-driven referendum allegation won't help PQ

Aug. 19

CAQ support could grow after Legault's first leaders' debate

Aug. 15

PQ hanging on tight to identity issues 

Aug. 13

PQ plan to limit English CEGEP access could be risky 

Aug. 10

A look at the latest polls 

Aug. 8

Are Anglophones ready to vote CAQ? 

Aug. 6      

Duchesneau's rapid Mea Culpa 

CBC Quebec’s senior political journalist Bernard St-Laurent brings his sharp insights and analysis to the web for the 2012 Quebec election.

For more than three decades, Bernard has covered every major political event in Quebec on the provincial and federal level.

Bernard has had his ear to the ground since the first election of the Parti Québécois, through two referendums, the emergence of the Bloc Québécois, the rise of the Liberal Party, the birth and death of the ADQ, the creation of the CAQ, and the NDP’s Orange Wave.

You can also hear Bernard weekdays on Radio Noon on CBC Radio One and in his popular weekly feature on Daybreak Montreal.