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François Dupeyron’s very personal and haunting 2002 film The Officers’ Ward addresses the horrors of war and the damages that are inflicted on the human spirit
A century later, the First World War remains embedded in our imaginations
An interview with Fatima Houda-Pepin by Alec Castonguay
As the April 7 election showed, there are no sure things in Quebec politics
Secularism in Quebec. Where does it come from? Where is it going?
Figures show that fear of a referendum was
the dominant factor in the Quebec election
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An often overlooked dimension of the 2014 Quebec election is that of metropolis versus hinterland
The Parti Québécois lost Quebec’s election on April 7 – and it deserved to
Is euthanasia a form of medical care?
Quebec’s extraordinary citizens’ debate
With no tricks up American sleeves, the Kerry negotiations break down
The 2013 German federal election produced some surprise