Politics: September 2013 Archives
Friday September 27, 2013
The Quebec Association of Construction Entrepreneurs is sounding the alarm over the state of the industry in the midst of the Charbonneau Commission.
In a press conference yesterday, the President of the Association, Christian Thériault, expressed his concern over the climate of suspicion that now hangs construction companies. And he says new legislation brought in by the Marois government to fight corruption is actually making it hard for companies to go to tender and even get paid within normal delays.
Joining us this morning to comment was Rose Fierimonté, President and CEO of Dorbec Construction in Montreal. She is also a board member of the association of construction entrepreneurs.
Friday September 20, 2013
Quebec's Assembly of Catholic Bishops issued a clear rebuke yesterday of the Marois government's proposed charter of values. Meeting in Trois Rivières, the bishops said it's reasonable for the government to want a secular state.
However, they said some of the key measures in the charter are not acceptable. The Archbishop of Quebec City, Cyprien Lacroix, is part of the Assembly, and he joined us this morning.
Categories: Charter of Quebec Values, Politics
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