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Pierre Karl Peladeau, shown May 8, 2013, is chairman of the board of Quebecor Media and TVA Group and chairman of Hydro-Québec. (CHRISTINNE MUSCHI FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL)
Pierre Karl Peladeau, shown May 8, 2013, is chairman of the board of Quebecor Media and TVA Group and chairman of Hydro-Québec. (CHRISTINNE MUSCHI FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

Post-politics Péladeau can’t pick up where he left off at ‎Quebecor Add to ...

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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 the one job he can’t be fired from.

Slipping back into the guise of Quebecor chief executive should be a far easier transition for Mr. Péladeau to make than his improbable move to politics. But neither he nor the company he left in 2013 are quite the same now, so it’s not like he can simply pick up where he left off.

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