QUEBEC CITY  – The Quebec legislature resumes sitting Tuesday after its summer break.

READ MORE: #LiftTheBan: Student video asks Quebec government to reconsider budget cuts

Story continues below

苏州纹眉

Related

  • Protesters interrupt Premier Couillard press conference

    Debate over Quebec media mogul Peladeau’s political ascent

  • Couillard open to legalizing Uber-style taxis

Premier Philippe Couillard‘s governing Liberals and the Opposition Parti Québécois have promised less political partisanship during the daily question period.

READ MORE: Topless activist protests Quebec’s proposed health legislation

The session will play out against the backdrop of what could well be protracted contract negotiations between the government and public-sector unions.

READ MORE: How are this year’s Quebec student protests different from 2012?

The Liberals have 70 members in the 125-seat national assembly, compared with 29 for the PQ and 20 for the Coalition Avenir Quebec.

Quebec Solidaire has three seats, there is one Independent and two ridings are vacant.

READ MORE: Almost 3,000 subsidized family daycares threaten to strike

Quebecers are expected to next go to the polls in the fall of 2018.

WATCH: Quebec politics in action

Couillard mulls legalizing Uber-type taxis

00:31

Couillard mulls legalizing Uber-type taxis

02:00

Mulcair meets Couillard in Quebec City

01:21

Ontario and Quebec will take lead on climate change: Couillard

10:23

Focus Montreal: Quebec premier Philippe Couillard

03:35

One-on-one with Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard

03:04

RAW: Premier Couillard on Jean Béliveau

00:40

Poll shows Quebecers would re-elect Couillard

02:12

Couillard lays out 4-year plan




©2015