MONTRÉAL—Almost six months into her minority mandate, Quebec premier Pauline Marois is still looking for an edge in her dealings with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
This weekend, the first gathering of the Parti Québécois in 2013 was expected to feature the presentation of a full-fledged Quebec-Ottawa strategy. The item was pulled off the agenda at the last minute.
Officially it has yet to be fully vetted by the cabinet. But by all indications PQ strategists also need more time to come up with a plan that will have legs in Quebec public opinion.