Perhaps the biggest obstacle to a CAQ breakthrough is that it seeks what amounts to a dose of fiscal realism to voters little willing to wean themselves from the magical thinking proffered by the mainstream parties. [From Inroa...
During the period in which its major and distinctive antipoverty programs were implemented, Quebec appears to have succeeded in virtually eradicating acute poverty for both single- and two-parent families. [From Inroads 31, 2012]
Quebec's student strike leads not to Scandinvian higher education but to that in France, Quebec’s students should ask their confrères and consœurs from France if that is the direction they should take. [From Inroads 31, 2012]
The latest revision of Quebec’s electoral map should have taken less than a year, but took four. Efforts by the Commission de la Représentation Électorale to make boundaries reflect population were stymied by the PLQ and PQ...
How Canadians felt about a handful of issues – Afghanistan, the long gun registry, Quebec’s place in the constitution and the role of the private sector in health care – had measurable effects on their 2011 vote choice. [...
In the immediate postwar period, Quebec enjoyed substantial advantages. It exploited them to meet short-term objectives as laid out by Fortin. The consequence was the dilapidation of human, social, cultural and economic capital...
Their purpose is to dispel an “objectionable notion that the English stood united against Quebec. I never shared this perception, but acknowledge it is held firmly by some: I applaud the editors’ determination to lay it to...
Sympathetic interest among francophone Quebecers in the Jewish community in their midst is recent; it dates from the 1980s. Three new books in French indicate that this interest has reached a certain level of maturity [From Inr...
For many decades Quebec was unable to narrow the 20 per cent its 20 percent standard of living gap with Ontario. But now the goals of the Quiet Revolution have been largely achieved. [From Inroads 29, 2011]
Quebec has high debt and high taxes. Perhaps Quebec should instead scale back the subsidy and consider options such as childcare targeted to Aboriginal communities and age-four kindergarten. [From Inroads 28, 2011]
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