The Bloc Quebecois should start paying more attention to their website domain names.
Its current site, presentpourlequebec.org, named after its campaign slogan, "Here! For Quebec," is online and active. But if someone types in the, perhaps more intuitive, presentpourlequebec.com, they'll reach the site for the, get this, Marijuana Party.
If you dig a little you'll found that the site is hosted on computers based in Utah and administered by a man living in New York State. He is reportedly the same man who, during the 2006 federal election, squatted on the domain blocquebecois.com — sending those who clicked on it to the federal Liberals — while the Bloc used its preferred blocquebecois.org.
At the time the man, a Quebec native, told Quebec media that he was just having fun and had nothing against the party or Gilles Duceppe.