Bloc Montreal: Do the Liberals deserve the anglo vote given their past support of Bill 96?
on September 27th, 2022
We spoke with Bloc Montreal leader Balarama Holness and Westmount-Saint-Louis candidate Heidi Small about their vision for Montreal, the Liberal Party, the Canadian Party and more. In a conversation with Bloc Montreal party leader Balarama Holness earlier this week, he questioned whether or not the Quebec Liberals deserve the Anglo vote in the election coming up on Oct. 3 — especially considering their initial support of Bill 96  Read more
Interview with Heidi Small from Bloc Montreal
on September 26th, 2022
Self-described as “built for service,” former Montreal Gazette columnist and founder of the Montreal-based YouTube chef series Beyond the Plate, Heidi Small is looking to represent the Westmount-Saint-Louis riding as a member of Bloc Montreal in the National Assembly. The Daily sat down with Small to discuss her career in food, her involvement with the local community, the language debate, and anglophone rights. This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.  Read more
Bloc Montreal candidates urge Concordia students to vote
on September 24th, 2022
For some Concordia students, provincial politics tends to be an afterthought to the constant pressures of student life. Whether it's catching up on assignments or finding classrooms in the Hall building, most students don't have the time to remain informed or even have a conclusive opinion on Quebec politics.  Read more
Bloc Montreal pledges to give a voice to 'neglected' Montrealers at the National Assembly
on September 22nd, 2022
One year after his failed attempt to be Montreal's mayor, Balarama Holness is bringing many of the issues brought forth during his municipal election campaign to the provincial level. It's part of his plan as leader of the newly-minted Bloc Montreal party to give Montrealers a voice at the National Assembly.   Read more
Bloc Montreal calls out use of N-word in leaders' debate: “Only in Quebec”
on September 17th, 2022
Bloc Montréal candidate Joel DeBellefeuille has released a statement calling out Québec Solidaire leader Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois and Parti Québécois leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon for using the N-word in quoting the name of a book by Pierre Vallières at the Quebec leaders' debate on Thursday night.  Read more
Balarama Holness says secularism, language laws affect Montreal more than rest of province in CTV interview
on September 16th, 2022
Quebec's bills 21 and 96 “disproportionately” impact Montrealers, and the city ought to have a party represent it in the provincial legislature. That's according to Bloc Montreal leader Balarama Holness who, one year after his attempt to be Montreal's mayor, has set his sights on Quebec City. “We need a party that has a strong voice at the National Assembly that represents the interest of Montrealers, because right now, there's a void in that regard,” said Holness during a Friday interview with CTV Montreal anchor Maya Johnson.  Read more





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