Monthly Archives: May 2015

How to improve the functioning of democracy in Quebec and Canada? (3)

By Rébecca Morency (Laval University) What is the story? On April 8-9 2015, MEDW co-organized a conference on the state of democracy in Quebec and Canada. Its goal was to assemble professors, politicians, and specialists from various associations of the civil society and from the media to discuss various issues related to the functioning of democracy. […]

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New data on Quebec elections / Nouvelles données sur les élections québecoises

David Lublin, Professor of Government in the School of Public Affairs at American University, is pleased to announce Quebec Vote, a new website in French and English containing constituency election results for all general elections to the National Assembly from 1966 through 2014. The database includes candidate names as well as votes cast in each […]

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