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Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006

Charest wins
Photo: Ryan Remiorz/CP
Jean Charest hugs a supporter as he leaves with his wife Michèle Dionne, left, after winning the Quebec provincial election
Premier-designate begins to prepare for transition, says changes he seeks with Ottawa will be ‘non-constitutional’
4:01 PM | FULL STORY 
Chrétien buoyed by Quebec election results, says Canada in good shape economically, fiscally as he enters final months of leadership
1:52 PM | FULL STORY 
As PQ ministers toppled in sweep, new cabinet talent is being appraised
4:17 AM | FULL STORY 
But strategists say Charest will mount his own challenges, including balancing taxation powers
4:15 AM | FULL STORY 
Charest's win follows five years of building, fighting
12:27 AM | FULL STORY 
ADQ, once touted as a major force, ends up with just four seats
10:46 PM | FULL STORY 
Defeat likely ends PQ Leader's dream of leading a sovereign Quebec
11:53 PM | FULL STORY 
Party Leaders
Profiles
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A look at the personalities and the key issues 



 Inside more  
John Ibbitson

A new era
Federal-provincial renewal looms, John Ibbitson writes
Rheal Seguin

PQ at crossroads
Strong leader needed to revive credibility, Rhéal Séguin argues
Brian Tobin

Is Canada ready?
Brian Tobin says Jean Charest has Ottawa's number





Party L E T
Liberal 0 76 76
PQ 0 45 45
ADQ 0 4 4
Indep. 0 0 0
Total 0 125 125
Majority=63
Quebec Election
News
Party Results
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