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Julie Payette says reports of Rideau Hall turbulence greatly exaggerated
Governor General Julie Payette says she was surprised by media reports last fall saying she was at loggerheads with Rideau Hall staff and might even quit before the end of her term.
NEB's call on Energy East must be independent, McKenna says, as Charest talks revealed
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna is urging Canadians to have confidence in the NEB following revelations ex-Quebec premier Jean Charest met with the chairman of the environmental body while working for TransCanada.
Quebec Tory candidate says women 'absolutely not' underrepresented in party
One of the few female candidates to run under the Conservative banner in Quebec says women are "absolutely not" underrepresented within her party.
NDP candidate Jean-François Delisle wants to reopen Constitution to deal with Senate and niqab
An NDP candidate in Quebec with a personal beef against the wearing of niqabs during citizenship ceremonies wants the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms amended.
C-51 would have stifled Quebec student protests: ex-leader
Legislation such as Ottawa's proposed anti-terror bill would probably have put a quick end to Quebec's student uprising in 2012, says one of the movement's former leaders.