The leader of Quebec's provincial right-wing party resigned after its ranks were decimated by Liberals and separatists in Monday's election.
Quebec's two provincial separatist parties held conventions during the weekend and set long-term goals for separation from Canada.
Quebec separatists lost ground in a provincial election that gave incumbent Liberals a minority government and a center-right party reached opposition status. Liberal Premier Jean Charest's party lost 26 seats, but held on to 48 seats, in the 125-seat Nat
Polls opened Monday for 5.6 million Quebec voters in a three-way provincial race pollsters said was too close to call.
Quebec has a new government, put into control of the French-speaking province of Canada in an election that was quiet and certainly no revolution.
There's a new leaf under the maple leaf this week.
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Quebec seems poised for another quiet revolution, this one reversing the one that occurred 30 years ago and brought into existence a provincial government that