April 15, 2024

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Quebec mystery persists | The Journal of Quebec

The Quebec mystery continues with divisive votes in the region, which allowed conservatives to defend their original stronghold.

On the north and south coasts of Quebec, conservatives were actually able to save furniture. Conservative stars, including Gerard Deltell and Pierre Paul-Huss, bet on a third merger that promised to fund up to 40% at the request of the Quebec government.

During the campaign, the Conservatives carefully avoided commenting on the continuation of the Laurentia project, in the Quebec port, if they took power.

Mr Deltel has won for the sixth time since entering politics, but he has not been able to fulfill his big dream of representing the party in power again. “Everything for it”, the re-elected member in Louis-Saint-Laurent, about the election results in Quebec and the Quebec region, we can think of a situation.

Tight fight

At the time of writing, in Beaufort-Limoilo, a fight was raging between Black Cubicois Julie Vignola and conservative Aluba Clark, who hoped he would retaliate. The Liberals wanted to achieve something they had not achieved in 20 years with former trade unionist Ann Zingross.

This barometer volume, which has been following all the waves since 2008, is distinguished by very close struggles. Candidates were then transferred to first place, neck and neck throughout the evening.

Quebec War

The block may have failed in its attempt to retain their seats. Even in Quebec in particular they believed they would benefit. Their leader, Yves-Fran├žois Blanchet, however, stumbled upon the third link during the campaign as an environmental project.

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In Quebec, Mr. who sat as chairman of the Treasury Board in Ottawa.

This time, constituency candidate Louis Sanspan launched a good campaign, but there was the challenge of making himself more known.

M. Douglas won late last night. His colleague Joel Lightbound was re-elected. Many wanted to see him enter the ministry if he won a third term.

The Liberals refused to support the Third Amendment during the campaign and demanded more information. Prime Minister Franois LeCall, who has backed the Conservatives, finds it vulnerable to fund the project, which is dependent on Justin Trudeau.