The PQ plays nice:
It would be going too far to say it is bending over backward or creating friendly policies, but Premier Pauline Marois’s government is showing a great deal of interest in Quebec’s anglophone community.
The big sell started on election night, when Marois switched to English during her acceptance speech and said she would be premier to all Quebecers.
A few days later, Marois appointed a cabinet minister responsible for the anglophone community, Jean-François Lisée, something the Liberal government never did.
I'm sure this has absolutely nothing to do with the PQ having only a minority government. Not at all. We can all rest assured that Madame Marois is keenly interested in the fate of linguistic minorities. Hopefully those minorities have the wits to keep their distance.