February 22, 2011

Ex-Sovereigntist Aims to Shake Up Quebec

Graeme Hamilton, National Post

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Former Parti Quebecois cabinet minister Franois Legault has arrived months late and minus the big names he had hoped to recruit, but even so his new movement stands to shake up provincial politics.

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