The rise of Trudeau II in Quebec politics
There have been several notable father-son acts in Canadian politics, writes Canadian columnist Peter Black.
The last asbestos mine in Canada
"I grew up in an area where they mined asbestos (and gold, silver, nickel, zinc, copper and, now, diamonds)," writes Canadian columnist Peter Black.
No panic with PQ victory
This week, Quebec voters elected a PQ government for the third time, defeating Jean Charest's Liberals, who had held power since 2003, Peter Black writes.
Stakes are high in upcoming Quebec election
Next time you read this column, Quebec voters will have elected a new government, and, quite possibly, launched the province -- and the rest of Canada -- on an adventure into uncertainty, Canadian columnist Peter Black writes.
Marilyn, Jack and Charles
Columnist Peter Black writes about the 50th anniversary of the death of actress and pop culture icon Marilyn Monroe.
The Crimson Route: Recovery and reminiscence
The Crimson Route probably doesn't mean much to many people these days, writes Canadian columnist Peter Black. Yet, for a time early in World War II, the plan to build a network of airfields in eastern North America was seen as a primary line of defense of the continent against a Nazi juggernaut threatening to topple Great Britain.
Les Rochers reflected the craggy bluffs
Canada's first prime minister's 'lost weekend' the subject of folklore, Peter Black writes.
O Canada, a bilingual duet
Americans can thank their one and only war with Canada for inspiring the author of the U.S. national anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner, columnist Peter Black writes.
Canada's link to the Los Angeles Kings
The Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup this week, and that made me think how Timmins, my home town in Northern Ontario, played a key role in making that happen, Canadian columnist Peter Black writes.
The difficult job of leading Quebec
Being the premier of Quebec is not for the faint of heart, writes Canadian columnist Peter Black.
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