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Revue Politique - December 7, 2016


Lac-Mégantic is still waiting for its rail bypass. A citizens’ committee went to Ottawa to demand that the federal government take action.

Pierre Donais welcomes Green Party Deputy Leader Daniel Green, who has given his support to the committee.

Pierre Donais sits down with the following MPs to discuss ethical issues surrounding political fundraising during private parties: Peter Schiefke (Liberal Party), Luc Berthold (Conservative Party), Matthew Dubé (NDP), and Michel Boudrias (Bloc Québécois).

In 2014, Quebec and Ottawa were on the brink of signing an agreement on federal spending power.

Constitutionalist and former Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Benoît Pelletier sets forth the issues related to this power.


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About Pierre Donais

About Pierre Donais

LL.L, LL.M
Drawing on four decades of radio and TV experience, Pierre has a reputation for being as personable as he is astute. He joined CPAC in 2003 to host Revue Politique, a nightly review of the day’s politics for Francophone viewers. He also delves into the personal with guests on Tête à Tête. A former anchor and journalist at TQS and Télémédia CIMF-FM in Outaouais, Pierre also served as radio host and station manager. He has recently completed his Master’s degree in law at the University of Ottawa.

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