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This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Pages in category "Quebec"
The following 82 pages are in this category, out of 82 total.
- Calgary Stampeders win 2008 Grey Cup in Montreal
- Canada's Labrador and Quebec dispute their boundaries
- Canada, U.S. to tighten security between 'cross-border' library
- CanadaVOTES: CHP candidate Stefan Jetchick in Louis-Hébert
- CanadaVOTES: NDP candidate Anne Lagacé Dowson in Westmount—Ville-Marie
- Canadian boy, sucked into water pump, loses feet
- Canadian Broadcasting Corporation gets new chairman
- Canadian Cabinet Minister resigns over Harper's Quebec motion
- Canadian Governor General speaks on Montreal shooting
- Canadian House of Commons passes Quebecois nation motion
- Canadian Idol top four eliminations
- Canadian Idol top four perform
- Canadian loses health benefits after company finds joyful Facebook pictures
- Canadian MP Benoit Sauvageau dies in car crash
- Canadian PM and Quebec premier announce plans for highway development in Montreal
- Canadian PM rebukes France's Ségolène Royal on Quebec sovereignty
- Canadian still faces public beheading in Saudi Arabia
- CMHC: housing market in Canada 'highly vulnerable'
- Cocaine found in frozen mango puree shipped to Montréal, Canada
- Liberal Leadership Candidate Bob Rae warns about reopening Constitution
- Liberal minority government elected in Quebec
- Liberals in Quebec gain support over separatist Parti Québécois
- London and Toronto stock exchanges propose merger
- Loss of integrity in underground city tunnel causes evacuation of Downtown Montreal
- Magazine closures, cuts, for January 5-9, 2009
- Magnitude 5.0 earthquake hits Central Canada
- Major fire in Montreal, Canada, destroys several businesses
- Montreal mayor Michael Applebaum arrested for corruption
- Mozilla, Creative Commons, Wikimedia Foundation announce Bassel Khartabil Free Culture fellowship following execution of open culture activist
- Muslims told not to wear veils when they vote in Quebec
- Wikinews interviews Spanish Paralympic swimmer Deborah Font
- Wikinews interviews Spanish Paralympic swimmer Marta Gómez
- Wikinews interviews Spanish Paralympic swimmer María Delgado
- Wikinews Shorts for Canada: April 28, 2007
- Wikinews Shorts for Canada: May 6, 2007
- Wikinews Shorts: April 7, 2007
- Wikinews Shorts: December 9, 2008
- World's oldest living woman dies at age 115