Politics: October 2013 Archives
Tuesday October 8, 2013
By next March, all hospitals in the province are supposed to meet new Ministry of Health standards for nutritious food. Some hospitals are ahead of the curve in implementing these changes.
One of them is in Quebec City, the Institut Universitaire en santé mentale de Québec - formerly the Robert-Giffard hostpial. France Couture is a nutritionist at the hospital.
She joined us this morning.
Categories: Food, Health, Politics, Quebec City
Friday October 4, 2013
It's been a decade since a controversial proposal to build a liquefied natural gas terminal near Lévis was first raised. Yesterday, the Environment minister Yves-François Blanchet declared the project dead.
André L'Ecuyer is president of the Rabaska consortium, made up of Gaz Métro, Enbridge, and Gaz de France. He joined us in studio with reaction to the minister's announcement.
Categories: Environment, Politics
Wednesday October 2, 2013
They wanted some sign of help to deal with the $200 million cut in budgets affecting almost every board across the province.
For its part, the government wants the boards to reduce school taxes. We spoke to David D'aoust, chair of the English School Boards Association.
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- Mon., 23 – Rhéal Séguin looks back
- April 2014
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- November 2013
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- Fri., 4 – Rabaska project dead
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