TOPIC: FEDERAL ELECTION IN QUEBEC
Andrew Scheer treads a thin, blue line by courting Quebec nationalists
In the wake of the province's secularism law, the Bloc Québécois's stubborn popularity could make life difficult for the Tories in Quebec.
Judicial recount confirms NDP's Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet won in Hochelaga
New Democratic candidate Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet has been confirmed the winner over Liberal Marwah Rizqy in the riding of Hochelaga after a judicial recount.
Recount sought in Montmagny—L'Islet—Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup
“There are things that lead us to believe that there were irregularities in the procedure," says co-chair of Liberal campaign.
Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe calls it quits again
Bloc Québécois chief Gilles Duceppe has announced that he will step aside once more from the leadership of the party he took over again last June. The newly elected MP for Rivière-du-Nord, Rhéal Fortin, takes over as interim leader.
Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe to step down
Gilles Duceppe will announce his resignation as leader of the Bloc Québécois on Thursday, Radio-Canada has learned.
Justin Trudeau snaps selfies at Montreal's Jarry metro station
What does a politician do the day after being elected the Prime Minister of Canada? If you're Justin Trudeau, you take selfies with constituents at a metro station.
Who will represent Quebec in a Liberal cabinet?
After winning a stunning majority, prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau now faces the difficult task of assembling a cabinet. Here's a look at who he could tap from Quebec.
Denis Coderre says Montreal voted for 'change'
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre, a former Liberal MP, says voters showed they're "ready for change" with last night's federal election result.
Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe puts off decision about his future
Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe says he'll be meeting with party members later this week to discuss his future, after failing to win back his own seat and lead his party back to official status.
Federal election: Liberal tide, decimated NDP mark changed Quebec landscape
Quebecers are waking up to a dramatically redrawn electoral map, with the Liberals making surprise gains in the province as Justin Trudeau's party marched to a big majority victory.
Gilles Duceppe defeated, BQ falls short of achieving party status
The Bloc Québécois more than doubled the seats it had in 2011, but it wasn’t enough to make the night a success.
Conservatives more than double seat count in Quebec
The Conservatives' final tally in Quebec is 12 seats, including the coveted Louis-St-Laurent riding
Map: Montreal before and after the election
See how the region's colours changed after last night
Stunning Liberal gains in Quebec as Trudeau wins majority government
The Liberal Party has made gains in Quebec not seen since the Chrétien era, as a red wave carries leader Justin Trudeau to Ottawa with a big majority.
Montreal's West Island painted red by Liberals
Montreal's West Island, largely a Liberal stronghold until 2011, has returned to the Liberal fold.
Bloc Québécois makes gains, but Gilles Duceppe loses his riding
The leadership of the Bloc Québécois is uncertain once again, as Gilles Duceppe has lost in Laurier–Sainte–Marie.
Liberals win in Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine
The Liberals' have taken their first seat in Quebec, in the riding of Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine, where Diane Lebouthillier has been declared the victor.
Live blog: Follow the election in Quebec
Follow CBC reporters for the latest developments in key ridings across Quebec
Election day: 8 ridings to watch in Quebec
The longest campaign in recent Canadian history is over, and by tomorrow, Quebec could be a "four-colour rainbow," Léger's Christian Bourque predicts. Here are eight key ridings to keep an eye on when the polls close.
Stephen Harper looks to win back seats in Quebec City area
Stephen Harper spent the morning in the region of Quebec best placed to give his party some new seats come Monday — the provincial capital.
Who said it: Party leader or pop icon?
Stephen Harper or Stephen Hawking? Tom Mulcair or Tom Cruise? See if you can guess who said what.
Canada election 2015: Voter's Voice in Outremont
Daybreak's Mike Finnerty and Shari Okeke find that voters in Tom Muclair's home riding are big NDP supporters but don't necessarily have a big affection for the NDP leader.
Denis Coderre on federal election: Montreal 'ready for a change'
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says the Conservatives are "playing politics" with his city's plan to dump raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River.
West Island teens decide dad's vote in unique family experiment
Beaconsfield dad Jack McDonald challenged his kids to decide his vote on the condition they both agreed on the same candidate. So who did they pick?
Harper, Trudeau or Mulcair? Federal election panel talks leadership
On the last of CBC Montreal's Daybreak election panel, federal election candidates running in Montreal weighed in on their party leaders and why they are best suited to lead the country.