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Quebec Sides With Saskatchewan In Carbon Tax Court Fight

With a strong interest in defending provincial jurisdiction against the encroachment of federal power, Quebec will intervene on the side of the Saskatchewan government. The Quebec government plans to intervene on the side of Saskatchewan, in the upcoming appeal to the Supreme Court on the validity of the Trudeau carbon tax. In a statement, the Quebec government said “It is important for our government to intervene in this debate to ensure that Quebec can defend its position and that it is heard before the Supreme Court of Canada. The Government of Quebec has…

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Quebec 

Montreal Police Make Arrest After Priest Stabbed By Muslim At St. Joseph’s Oratory During Morning Mass

Father Claude Grou was stabbed and taken to hospital. Police are saying an arrest has been made following the stabbing of Father Claude Grou, the rector of Saint Joseph’s Oratory. Father Grou was stabbed during morning mass, when a man approached the altar and pulled out a knife and ran up to the priest. While Grou ran from the attack, the man pushed him onto the ground and stabbed him, before dropping the knife. The Saint Joseph’s Oratory congregation then subdued the attacker, while helping Grou. Grou was taken to…

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Quebec 

Montreal council unanimously approves motion to seek handgun ban

Montreal city council unanimously approved a motion Monday to ask the federal government to enforce a nationwide ban on handguns and assault rifles. At a council meeting, the municipal government tabled a motion asking Ottawa to strengthen Bill C-71, a piece of gun control legislation currently being considered. They are asking for tighter restrictions on who can own a gun and are calling for an outright ban on handguns and military-style assault rifles. “Right now, it is legal to possess handguns and assault rifles that can do enormous harm to…

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