Quebec Votes 2012 Week in Review podcast
The final episode of our Quebec Votes 2012 podcasts: Gilles Duceppe on why the results were so much closer than expected. The Radio-Canada cameraman who captured the images of the violence outside where Pauline Marois was giving her acceptance speech. Bernard St-Laurent looks at the prospects for the survival of the new minority government.
This week: our feature interview with François Legault; Jean Charest answers critics accusing him of opening up the Bill 101 issue; Bernard St-Laurent has analysis on where things stand in the final days of the campaign.
This week: our interview with Liberal Leader Jean Charest and high profile Liberal dissident Jean-Paul Boily. Plus, Bernard St-Laurent and Mike Finnerty look at how voters are facing their difficult choices.
Special edition: Leaders' debate review
This week: Pauline Marois' first English-language interview of the campaign, we discuss the PQ's Secular Charter, voters from Laval have their say, and Bernard St-Laurent analyses the latest polls.
In the first Quebec Votes Week in Review podcast, Bernard St-Laurent analyses the latest poll numbers. We speak to Jacques Duchesneau about his candidacy, and discuss the Duchesneau effect. Mike Finnerty chairs a candidates' debate on sovereignty and language.
A review of the week in the Quebec 2012 election campaign featuring the best CBC interviews with politicians and voters plus fresh analysis from CBC senior political journalist Bernard St-Laurent. Hosted by Bernie and Daybreak's Mike Finnerty.