Quebec government articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2014/12/19 22:39
2014/12/19 22:39
1d
The Quebec government has reached an agreement in principle with Rio Tinto Alcan that would extend the aluminum producer’s remaining Arvida operations in Saguenay until the end of 2020, protecting...
2014/12/19 22:39
2014/12/19 22:39
Latest videos
2014/12/19 17:07
2014/12/19 17:07
1d
MONTREAL - The accused in Quebec's 2012 election shooting has been denied bail and it appears his murder trial scheduled for early next year may be delayed. Quebec Superior Court Justice Guy...
2014/12/19 01:20
2014/12/19 01:20
2d
The Harper government is standing by its latest Supreme Court appointee after QMI Agency reported Justice Suzanne Cote had a three-year court battle with Revenu Quebec for claiming nearly $205,000...
2014/12/18 18:07
2014/12/18 18:07
2d
MONTREAL - Engineering firm WSP Global was part of the winning consortium selected by the Quebec government to rebuild a Montreal highway at a cost of $3.7 billion. The Montreal-based company...
2014/12/18 02:29
2014/12/18 02:29
3d
The documents that tax auditors were seeking were eventually filed as exhibits in the court case, but were removed from the public court file when the two sides reached an out-of-court settlement on...
2014/12/08 18:20
2014/12/08 18:20
12d
QUEBEC CITY — Quebec's former lieutenant governor has admitted to defrauding taxpayers of $700,000. Lise Thibault entered a guilty plea Monday morning at the Quebec City courthouse. The...
2014/12/08 15:39
2014/12/08 15:39
13d
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. plans to invest over $1-billion in R&D over the next five years to develop the company’s next generation of jet engines, with a $300-million assist from Ottawa. The...
2014/12/06 23:20
2014/12/06 23:20
14d
When the federal Conservative government abolished the long-gun registry back in 2012, gun-control advocates predicted no end to the criminal chaos that would result. If duck hunters, farmers and...
2014/12/02 02:20
2014/12/02 02:20
19d
In his new book Groundswell: The Case for Fracking, Sun News Network's Ezra Levant explores the promise of natural gas that fracking has made possible and the controversy that is preventing the...
2014/11/30 01:15
2014/11/30 01:15
21d
Depending on which medical expert you listen to, Thailand has either recorded just five cases of asbestos-related illness in its history, or use of the controversial material is a lurking menace...
2014/11/26 03:39
2014/11/26 03:39
25d
The Quebec government wants to shed 2 per cent of its roughly 60,000 bureaucrats as part of its cost-cutting measures. That translates into about 1,150 jobs on the chopping block, although Treasury...
2014/11/25 22:58
2014/11/25 22:58
25d
California’s latest auction of carbon emissions allowances proceeded smoothly Tuesday, about a week later than originally scheduled. The rescheduled auction went off as planned, said David Clegern,...
2014/11/24 19:20
2014/11/24 19:20
26d
QUEBEC CITY — Quebec's chief information officer is paid more than the premier for doing no work, QMI Agency has learned. Jean-Marie Levesques quit in September after he was unable to tell a...
2014/11/24 16:42
2014/11/24 16:42
27d
The Quebec government will continue to give postsecondary students from France a break on tuition compared with other international students, but it is reviewing an agreement that saw this group pay...
2014/11/23 02:20
2014/11/23 02:20
28d
For all the fuss municipal officials across the country are making about Uber, you’d think the company was the domestic affiliate of ISIS. Late last month, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre called the...
2014/11/20 14:28
2014/11/20 14:28
1m
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso is congratulated by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) after signing trade agreements.Reuters Governments in Canada and the EU could face a...
2014/12/19 22:39
2014/12/19 22:39
Latest from Twitter