Each new poll shows Le Pen narrowing the gap with either of her likely rivals on the final presidential ballot
Feb 27, 2017
Sabia is on track to become the longest-serving Caisse CEO in the pension-fund manager’s 52-year history
Feb 23, 2017
The Montreal mayor's latest stunt – a plan to harbour illegal immigrants in Montreal – will only lead to an erosion of trust in our immigrant and refugee system
Feb 22, 2017
The student protests of 2012 stirred the hearts of Quebeckers – and left them with the most underfunded universities in Canada
Feb 20, 2017
From his fateful 2014 fist pump for Quebec independence to his teary departure as Parti Québécois leader two years later, Pierre Karl Péladeau proved to be a uniquely ungifted politician. It’s no surprise that, at only 55, he would seek a return to ...
Feb 16, 2017
A decade after the Bouchard-Taylor report, the province is still no closer to reconciling its religious past and present
Feb 15, 2017
If the Prime Minister has a positive visit with Donald Trump it will yield huge economic and political dividends for Canada
Feb 12, 2017
Montreal’s innovation bug hasn’t infected the Quebec government
Feb 09, 2017
The Trudeau government found itself, politically speaking, in a no-win situation
Feb 08, 2017
The early days of Donald Trump’s presidency confirmed that the real power lay with his bilious chief strategist Steve Bannon
Feb 06, 2017
Columnist Konrad Yakabuski writes on politics, policy and business for The Globe and Mail’s Comment section and Report on Business. He was a 2014 National Newspaper Award finalist in the column writing category.
Konrad previously worked as The Globe's chief U.S. political writer, based in Washington, covering all aspects of the American political scene up to and including the 2012 presidential election campaign.
Prior to joining the Washington bureau in 2009, he was based in The Globe's Montreal bureau and wrote on Quebec business, politics and culture for more than a decade. Before that, he worked as a political reporter at Le Devoir. He began his journalism career at the Toronto Star.
Konrad holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from McGill University and a Master of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of British Columbia.