Antoni Nerestant

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Antoni Nerestant is a journalist at CBC Montreal.

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Dominique Anglade quits as leader of Quebec Liberal Party

Dominique Anglade has resigned as the leader of the Quebec Liberal Party. Her move comes a little more than a month after the provincial election, which saw the provincial Liberals secure the lowest vote share in their history.

CAQ sails to victory in Quebec with largest majority in decades

Four years after winning its first election, François Legault’s Coalition Avenir Québec party will once again form a majority government in Quebec. With the party electing candidates in 90 ridings, the victory is a landslide.

2nd debate sees CAQ leader attacked on climate, health care and the French language

Voting day is less than two weeks away. On Thursday night, all five party leaders debated the economy, climate change and issues of identity, like immigration and the French language.

Québec Solidaire's $47B transit plan for Montreal may not be realistic, experts say

During the election campaign, Québec Solidaire unveiled a bold, $47-billion plan to revamp public transit in Montreal. But is it realistic?

Suspect in 3 seemingly random killings shot dead by Montreal police

A suspect linked to three fatal shootings in and around Montreal in the last two days was shot and killed during a police operation at a motel in the city's Saint-Laurent borough.

Protesters urge Pope to rescind Doctrine of Discovery during mass near Quebec City

The protesters unveiled a banner that read "rescind the doctrine," in reference to the Doctrine of Discovery. Many people across Indigenous communities were hoping Pope Francis would do just that during his trip to Canada.

Marching on foot to Plains of Abraham, Indigenous delegations want focus on survivors

Seven days and about 275 kilometres later, a group representing several First Nations communities has arrived in Quebec City for the papal visit following a healing march meant to show solidarity with residential school survivors. 

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