Thursday, June 8, 2023

Summary of the 22nd day of campaign

A candidate fails in the PLQ, no mask for Duhaime in an RPA and a two-way fight in the eyes of GND: see what marked the 22nd day of the campaign

Legault sees GND as his main rival: two visions clash, says Legault

Two weeks before the ballot, François Legault sees Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois as his main opponent. The outgoing Prime Minister warns Quebecers against the “orange taxes” of Québec solidaire.

$40 million more to restore churches, promises Legault

At a time when more and more churches are losing their vocation, the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) promises an envelope of $40 million more for a total of $120 million over four years to restore these buildings which are part of ” the history” of the province.

Immigration: Legault cites Sweden and Germany

To the daughter of a deputy of Haitian origin struck by his remarks linking immigration to violence, François Legault replied by evoking the problems of integration in Sweden and Germany.

Two-man fight between CAQ and QS: “a battle for the Plateau Mont-Royal”, mocks Éric Duhaime

If there is a two-way fight between the CAQ (Coalition Avenir Québec) and Québec solidaire, this battle only concerns “the Plateau Mont-Royal”, mocked Éric Duhaime.

Seniors dead from COVID-19: Conservatives promise commission of inquiry

The Conservative Party of Quebec (PCQ) promises the establishment of a commission of inquiry into the deaths of COVID-19 in CHSLDs.

No mask for Éric Duhaime in an RPA

The conservative leader, Éric Duhaime, had to defend his decision not to wear a mask, Sunday morning, while he was passing through a residence for the elderly (RPA), in Nicolet, in Centre-du-Québec.

Conservative Party of Quebec: yes to 120 km/h… but under certain conditions

The idea of ​​Conservative leader Éric Duhaime to increase the speed limit to 120 km / h in Quebec is not to be rejected, believe road safety stakeholders, provided that it meets several conditions.

Quebec 2022: carbon neutral parties… except one

Almost all political parties are running a carbon neutral campaign and will offset all the greenhouse gases produced by driving on Quebec’s asphalt. The only delinquent caravan is that of Éric Duhaime’s curators.

The PQ in favor of a bridge linking Tadoussac to Baie-Sainte-Catherine

Passing through the North Shore, the leader of the Parti Québécois (PQ), Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, reiterated his party’s favorable position regarding the construction of a bridge linking Tadoussac to Baie-Sainte-Catherine.

PSPP subtly tackles the style of GND

The leader of the Parti Québécois subtly attacked the political style of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, criticizing him for making personal attacks. He assures that his adversary is mistaken in speaking of a two-way fight between Québec solidaire and the CAQ.

Despite the pitfalls, Anglade refuses to throw down the gloves

Despite the setbacks, the tiles, the glitches that have been accumulating for 22 days, Dominique Anglade once again showed herself to be combative on a rainy Sunday morning in Shawinigan.

A candidate fails the PLQ

The PLQ had to quickly replace its candidate in Joliette, even if signs bearing his name had already been installed.

Tricia Murray: from victim of sexual exploitation to Liberal candidate in Lac-Saint-Jean

A former victim of sexual exploitation, Tricia Murray has not only come out of the shadows, but is even running as a Liberal candidate in Lac-Saint-Jean. She is trying to jump into politics to give hope to women who are going through this terrible ordeal.

Elections: another QS candidate encourages young people to change their address

A week after Québec Solidaire (QS) stopped distributing a leaflet inviting students at the Université de Sherbrooke (UdeS) to change their address, the party’s candidate in Rimouski, Carol-Ann Kack, is relaunching the invitation.

Mental health: QS revises its first mental health commitment

Acknowledging that it would be “irresponsible” to launch “empty promises”, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois has revised down one of his first commitments in mental health. Rather than promising an end to waiting lists, Québec solidaire is now committed to reducing them to a minimum.

“Insensitive”, Legault “lacks compassion” says Nadeau-Dubois

Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois criticizes François Legault for having lacked “compassion” by suggesting that those close to Joyce Echaquan and the Atikamekw community prefer to debate the issue of systemic racism instead of tackling the problems on the ground, at Joliette.

Quebec 2022 | Campaign Diary: Week 3

Our journalists boarded the five political party caravans that are criss-crossing the roads of Quebec until October 3. Every Sunday, Le Journal takes you behind the scenes of this electoral journey.

The PQ threatens the CAQ, believes the leader of the Bloc

In a rant against the CAQ and Québec solidaire, the leader of the Bloc Québécois claims that François Legault is ignoring Paul St-Pierre Plamondon because the Parti Québécois represents the greatest threat.

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