The driving of Saint Henri-Sainte Anne in Montreal’s south-west isn’t simply any driving.
Quebec Liberal Occasion chief Dominique Anglade is MNA there and she or he’s assured she will win once more this fall.
“I’ve been MNA there for 7 years, connecting with folks every day, understanding the problems,” she insisted.
However Quebec Solidaire (SQ) chief Gabrien Nadeau Dubois thinks his social gathering can win there and made that time Sunday, going door to door with candidate Guillaume Cliche-Rivard to introduce him to voters.
“The folks of the southwest of Montreal have tried the Liberal Occasion for years and have a look at the outcomes,” Nadeau Dubois mentioned to reporters whereas standing subsequent to the Jolicoeur metro station earlier than heading out to knock on doorways.
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He thinks he can persuade folks dwelling right here that, due to the Quebec Liberals’ lengthy historical past within the driving, his social gathering deserves an opportunity to exchange them.
Nadeau Dubois claims the ruling Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) hasn’t delivered on key points and that the Liberals did not problem the federal government on them.
“The Liberals are a part of the explanation why there’s a historic housing disaster in Montreal,” Nadeau Dubois alleged.
He and his candidates say that disaster in addition to the setting, public transit and the financial system are among the many priorities for voters.
“If the CAQ authorities wouldn’t have deleted 18000 (immigration) recordsdata at first of their mandate,” Cliche-Rivard argues, “we’d have much more employees.”
His social gathering is hoping to spice up their seat rely even additional this election, having tripled the variety of MAN’s to 10 together with six in Montreal in 2018.
A number of polls have proven the Liberals and QS in a distant second and third place, respectively, behind the governing CAQ.
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QS may see the Liberals as weak on the Island of Montreal, with newer events now seen as additionally courting Anglophones who sometimes vote Liberal.
Cliche-Rivard may face a problem within the ethnically various driving of St. Henri-Ste. Anne although, due to considerations over Invoice 96, the federal government’s revamped language legislation.
QS helps the invoice.
“We’re listening to questions on Invoice 96,” Cliche-Rivard admitted. “What I wish to do is be certain that we’ve got an inclusive agenda.”
Anglade claimed that individuals within the driving are expressing considerations about perceived divisions among the many inhabitants.
“We voted in opposition to Invoice 96 (and) we wish to repeal quite a few components out of Invoice 96 as a result of it’s dividing Quebecers.
Premier François Legault is anticipated to set off the election marketing campaign earlier than the top of the month for the October third vote.