Sep 14, 2012 | 12:29Quebec AM Vote Au Pluriel Audio
Quebec AM Vote Au Pluriel Sep 14, 2012 | 12:29The Parti Québécois was the first past the post in last week's election and will now form the government. But if we had used a different type of voting system, the result would have been a whole lot different. Vote au pluriel is a project that looked at what impact different voting systems would have had on the most recent provincial elections.
Marc-André Bodet is part of this international research project, with the Research Chair on Democracy and Parliamentary Institutions at Université Laval.
Sep 12, 2012 | 10:17Daybreak Montreal Frosh Week Audio
Daybreak Montreal Frosh Week Sep 12, 2012 | 10:17Frosh week has just wrapped up at Concordia and McGill.
Traditionally, first-year students roam the downtown area to get to know the city and each other while having fun. But things can get pretty rowdy, especially when lots of alcohol is consumed.
Sep 11, 2012 | 11:10Daybreak Montreal Long Gun Registry Audio
Daybreak Montreal Long Gun Registry Sep 11, 2012 | 11:10Quebec Superior Court has ruled that data from the long gun registry has to be transferred to Quebec. Daybreak speaks to Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre and gun control advocate Louise de Sousa. Her daughter Anastasia was killed in the 2006 Dawson College shootings.
Sep 6, 2012 | 12:58Quebec AM Jean Charest leaving politics Audio
Quebec AM Jean Charest leaving politics Sep 6, 2012 | 12:58An era in Quebec politics is coming to an end. Jean Charest, leader of the Quebec Liberals, is hanging up his hat, after nine years as Premier and 14 years as leader. We discussed his career and his decision with his friend, former Sherbrooke Mayor Jean Perreault.
Sep 3, 2012 | 9:07Quebec AM Quebec's lesser known political parties and independent candidates Audio
Quebec AM Quebec's lesser known political parties and independent candidates Sep 3, 2012 | 9:07There are twenty political parties running this year and 43 independent candidates, according to Quebec's Chief Electoral Officer. That's twice as many parties as in 2008, and five of those parties only came into existence in the last 6 months. Quebec AM's Senai Iman joins us this morning to discuss some of the lesser known political parties and independent candidates.
Sep 3, 2012 | 13:24Homerun Last voters panel Audio
Homerun Last voters panel Sep 3, 2012 | 13:24We've been speaking to Montreal voters every Monday since the start of the election. Elazar Gabay is a small business owner. He works in E-Commerce and lives in Old Montreal.Leon Mwotia is a bank manager and an MBA student. He lives in Cote-des-neiges.Rana Alrabi is a public relations consultant for environmental and human rights organizations. She lives in Ville Saint Laurent.