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Pierre Karl Peladeau

Rhetoric around PK ("privileged, "billionaire", "overwhelmingly pro-business") aside, it's hard to imagine a world in which he could have ever served as a beacon of Separatism. Perhaps M. Péladeau has come to this realization himself, though one can only wish a man well for a valiant (if misguided) effort in the face of an insurmountable challenge.
I almost choked on my toast this morning when I read that you were actually thinking of selling the Cirque du Soleil, which could end up in the hands of foreign interests. Move the headquarters of the company that brings so much to our home-grown circus community somewhere other than the Cité des Arts du Cirque? Unthinkable! I just couldn't bear to see the Cirque du Soleil set anywhere else. So I'm setting my sights high and reaching for the stars!
I challenge Pierre Karl Péladeau to leave his reign at the head of Quebecor holding his head high; and to make a gesture towards the greater good and the safeguarding of our culture. If he takes the first step, the other ISPs in Quebec, in Canada and one day in the rest of the world won't have a choice but to follow.
Pierre-Karl Peladeau says "it's much too early" to think about running for the Parti Quebecois' leadership, but everyone
When Pauline Marois dissolved her minority government of only 18 months and launched a new election campaign in Quebec just
Pierre Karl Peladeau is not a man who is used to playing second fiddle. In fact, when the media mogul announced his candidacy
The Quebec election campaign became a bit more interesting this week with Pierre Karl Péladeau's decision to run for the Parti Québécois. Péladeau brings a unique and coveted background to the PQ, having for decades dined on the earnings of tabloid agitprop and rabble-rousing emotionalism. Just as Marois shrugs off recent and bad economic news, Péladeau thrusts his fist into the air and chants inspirational slogans. And somehow, in combination, these are intended to add up to the sum of economic credibility. His business acumen and his knack for rube exploitation are simply the latest assets to be nationalized by a now desperate campaign.
The first week of the Quebec provincial election campaign goes to Pauline Marois, or rather the Parti Québécois' new star
OTTAWA — Pierre Karl Péladeau, the man who brought English Canada the Conservative-leaning and anti-separatist Sun News Network
The Harper government is quietly seizing greater control of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, while a public advocacy
Apart from the CBC's penchant for secrecy on how it spends the $1.1 billion of taxpayers' money it gets from the government, what I find unacceptable and disgraceful, is the CBC bidding on programs that the private sector would run, but can't match CBC funding which is given to them, rather than earned by them.
The war of words between Quebecor and Sun Media CEO Pierre-Karl Péladeau and the CBC is heating up. Péladeau testified before
As we know, Mr. Duceppe pulled out of his radio gig before beginning, leading to allegations of a double standard regarding other ex-politicians. Still, the Duceppe kerfuffle did shine a spotlight on the increasing number of partisans who participate in the media as political commentators.
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- MONTREAL - Supporters of an NHL hockey team in Quebec City are among those cheering with the people