Jean-Marc Fournier, interim leader of the Quebec Liberal Party and leader of the Official Opposition, announced the responsibilities of the Members of his parliamentary group.
What does QLP stand for?
QLP stands for Quebec Liberal Party (Canada)
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We have 18 other meanings of QLP in our Acronym Attic
- Qualified Resource Professional
- Qualifying Licensee Products
- Quality Leadership Profile (leadership survey for use in the tertiary sector)
- Quality Learning Partners (UK)
- Quality Lifestyle & Property (expo)
- Quality Logo Products, Inc. (Aurora, IL)
- Quantitative Literacy Program (various locations)
- Quantum Leap Performance (methodology)
- Quantum Limitless Potential (Ronald James Conn book)
- Quarter-Life Productions (Vancouver, Canada film company)
- Query Language Processor
- Questline Productions (Goodlettsville, TN)
- Quinte Limestone Panthers (Ontario, Canada)
- Queensland Litter Prevention Alliance (Australia)
- Qualified Licensed Professional Engineer
- Quality of Life Questionnaire
- Quality of Life Quotient
- Quasi-Linear Quadratic Gaussian Control
- Quality of Life Research (journal; International Society for Quality of Life)
- Quantitative Location Reconciliation
Samples in periodicals archive:
I write in early May as the governing Quebec Liberal Party meets in the town of Victoriaville northeast of Montreal, surrounded by thousands of striking junior college and university students--who are apparently undeterred by the fact that more than two thirds of Quebecers support the government's decision to raise university tuition.
Jacques Chagnon, a member of the Quebec Liberal Party, was elected president of the National Assembly in Quebec in April 2011 after serving as vice president since 2007.
In April 2003 the Quebec Liberal Party won a solid majority in the National Assembly.
At the time of the summer adjournment on June 15 the composition of the National Assembly was Quebec Liberal Party, 64; Parti Quebecois, 46; independents, 13, including 9 sitting under the banner of Coalition Avenir Quebec, one Member under the Quebec Solidaire banner and one Member under the Option Nationale banner.
The Quebec Liberal Party has displayed remarkable historical continuity and has repeatedly been able to renew its vigour.
Levesque presented the Quebec Liberal Party with his plan for taking the province a step beyond special status.
The Quebec Liberal party also has long supported linguistic school boards and apparently had no problem with abolishing confessional school rights but rather sought a quid pro quo for the English-speaking community.