Quebec stands firm on asbestos exports despite growing controversy
- Fringe party starts again, from scratch. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;9/19/94, Vol. 21 Issue 40, p51
Announces that the federal Conservative caucus met in Saskatoon to start making the Conservatives `the most modern political party in Canada.' Comments by interim leader Jean Charest; Election process; Permanent policy branch; Federal civil service; The most pressing problem; Debt.
- Charest speaks. Whyte, Kenneth // Saturday Night;Mar97, Vol. 112 Issue 2, p17
Focuses on Jean Charest nowhere to be seen on the opening day of the most important policy convention in the recent history of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada held August 22, 1996. What Tasha Kheiriddin's do in the absence of Jean Charest; Charest's plan for the youth delegates;...
- To hull and back. Whyte, Kenneth // Saturday Night;Jun95, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p16
Comments on Canadian Conservative leader Jean Charest's leadership. Details on the Ontario Tories' convention in April 1995; Goal of the convention; Charest's call for spending cuts.
- Waiting for the aftershock. Mulawka, Brian // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;04/06/98, Vol. 25 Issue 16, p6
Focuses on the decision of former Tory and federal Progressive Conservative Party leader Jean Charest to leave federal politics and seek the Quebec Liberal leadership. The response of separatists politicians, including Quebec Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Jacques Brassard; Indications of...
- The cult of Charest. Jenkinson, Michael // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;06/02/97, Vol. 24 Issue 25, p9
Discusses news coverage of Jean Charest, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, during the 1997 election. How the media lost an election for Kim Campbell when they turned on her in 1993; Number of features, opinion pieces and anaylses which have focused on Charest; Comments on...
- Blast Charest, and don't forget to smile. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;9/18/95, Vol. 22 Issue 40, p46
Declares that a document leaked from Canada's Reform Party (RPC) in September 1995 says that the party's Members of Parliament (MP) must increase their attacks on Progressive Conservative party leader Jean Charest. The RPC's assertion that the document does not represent party policy; Reasons...
- Electrifying the City. // ReNew Canada;2011, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p29
The article focuses on the 2011-2020 Action Plan for Electric Vehicles (EV) in Quebec, which is believed by Quebec Prime Minister Jean Charest to be a key element in their effort to alter their transportation habits.
- Tory revival or rogue poll? M.J. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;05/12/97, Vol. 24 Issue 22, p8
Discusses the popularity of Jean Charest, leader of the Progressive Conservative Party. Question as to why Charest is popular in Quebec, but his party is not; The struggles the Conservatives face in Quebec; The evolution of Conservative support in Quebec.
- NATIVE NEWS EXCHANGE. // Eastern Door;7/9/2010, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p3
The article reports on the move of Premier Jean Charest to travel to Quebec's northern Nunavik region together with his two ministers to announce a 60-percent increase in health spending for the region to solve the serious social problems that affects young people.