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N.B. premier asked if Quebec is the favourite child this election: 'That's not a new thing'
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs waded Friday into the issue of Ottawa's treatment of Quebec, telling media at a Conservative Party campaign stop in Fredericton that "it's been forever, really," that Quebec has been favoured.
Western Quebec's eastern-most riding feeling the Bloc surge
The Liberal Party has a fight on its hands to hang on to Argenteuil–La Petite-Nation as polls suggest a surge in support for the Bloc Québecois.
Internet and cell service wiped out along the North Shore
Towns between Port-Cartier and Natashquan are without cell service, internet and banking services during the outage, which is expected to last until early Saturday morning.
Bed bugs found inside immigration offices at Guy-Favreau
Bed bugs were found earlier this week inside immigration offices at the Guy-Favreau building in downtown Montreal, which houses several government services.
More donors, smaller donations: How political fundraising has changed in Canada
The number of Canadians who donate to political parties has steadily increased over the past decade, while the amount of money given by each donor has continued to decline, an analysis of Elections Canada data going back to 2004 has shown.
How the City of Montreal plans to go 'zero waste'
Nursing shortage in Pontiac region closes Shawville hospital's birthing unit for the weekend
What the jury didn't hear in the double murder trial of Ugo Fredette
Opinion: Montreal Pride has a problem with minorities, and it shows
Mac the Moose may be challenged for 'largest moose' title as Quebec town enters the fray
Fewer than 850 irregular border crossers deported, hundreds more in limbo
Man, 81, killed after driving wrong way on Highway 10 in the Eastern Townships
NASA astronauts perform the 1st all-female spacewalk
Man starts hunger strike in Kanesatake over 301-year-old land dispute
Edmonton city councillors denounce Quebec's Bill 21
High school students in Lennoxville walk out to protest against bullying
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