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Quebec Elects First Female Premier

Parti Québécois Leader Pauline Marois is now slated to become Quebec’s first female premier, though it remains unclear whether her party has clinched a majority in an intensely fought Quebec provincial election that could usher a new phase of confrontations in the national unity debate.

Three television networks, Radio-Canada, TVA and CTV, have called the PQ as winners of the election.

Source: The Globe and Mail. Read full article. (link)

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  • Rufus J. Firefly||

    The PQ are bad news. There's some ugly things in their outlook.

    I mean, really prejudiced crap.

    Half the crap they say would be summarily rejected as fringe idiocy in any other jurisdiction. Picture the George Wallace south - only they're proud about it; heck, they think they're intellectual- but with a country-French accent.

    Look up Identity Act. Or punch in The Hobbit's (Marois) name. See for yourself.

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    Parti Québécois Leader Pauline Marois is now http://mode2012.id.st/ slated to become Quebec’s first female premier, though it remains unclear whether her party has

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