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Les Perreaux

Les Perreaux
National correspondent

Les Perreaux joined the Montreal bureau of the Globe and Mail in 2008. He previously worked for the Canadian Press covering national and international affairs, including federal and Quebec politics and the war in Afghanistan. He started out in the 1990s on the Prairies, where he was born and raised, working for the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and as a correspondent for the National Post.

Latest articles
With sovereignty dormant, Quebec party leaders resurrect English-language debate for first time since 1985
Couillard, Legault clash over immigration in first Quebec election debate
Language and immigration come to the front in Quebec election
After 40 years, sovereignty off the table in Quebec election
Supreme Court to hear case involving anonymous sources who blew open the Quebec corruption scandal
A decade after Fredy Villanueva’s death in Montreal North, what has changed?
Injured Inuit woman found after Montreal police leave her on street with catheter in arm
Quebec’s anti-corruption crusade has resulted in many arrests but few convictions. Here’s what has happened so far
Former SNC-Lavalin executive Normand Morin faces elections charges
CAQ seeks to expel immigrants who fail ‘Quebec values’ test
New Quebec Liberal chair Alexandre Taillefer aims to ‘reinvent’ party
Quebec public-school graduation rates slip behind other provinces: study
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Suspect in Toronto van attack publicly embraced misogynist ideology
TORONTO
Suspect in Toronto van attack Alek Minassian described as socially awkward tech expert
Montreal couple preparing human-rights complaint, alleging racial profiling in noise incident
Federal decision to ease pressure of asylum seekers on Quebec raises concern at other destinations
Rift exposed between Quebec, federal government over handling of asylum seekers
Mosque shooting
Quebec mosque shooter told police he was motivated by Canada’s immigration policies
Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette confessed during 911 call, court hears
Video of attack on Quebec City mosque shows ‘heroic’ bravery of victims
The Canadian Press