Summary of the 35th day of the election campaign

Summary of the 35th day of the election campaign

See everything that happened in these 35e campaign day.

Coalition Future Quebec

Legault says his comments are incorrectly associated with “racism.”

Although he presents himself as a champion in defense of Quebec’s values, François Legault refuses to name them for fear his words will be associated with “racism”.

Legault does not rule out a referendum to claim immigration powers from the federal government

François Legault no longer rules out a sectoral referendum to demand more federal powers in the field of immigration.

“Outside the CAQ”: screening in progress at L’Assomption

Convoys from across Quebec converged on Saturday at L’Assomption, the equestrian center of outgoing Prime Minister François Legault. Under the banner “Dehors la CAQ”, several demonstrators were already ready to make their way to Lévis early on Saturday morning.

Quebec Conservative Party

“Maximum opposition MPs,” Duhaime wishes

To counter the CAQ’s “arrogance,” Quebec voters must “elect a maximum of opposition MPs” on Monday, suggests Éric Duhaime.

Quebec Bridge: Duhaime wants a long-term agreement

Despite the 10-year extension of the Quebec Bridge lease, Eric Duhaime judges that “the Quebec government has a duty to negotiate this sensitive matter over the long term.”

Quebec Liberal Party

Legault has tarnished Quebec’s image, Anglade believes

François Legault’s comments on immigration during the election campaign have damaged Quebec’s international image and will hurt the recruitment of foreign workers, believes Dominique Anglade.

Parti Quebecois

The PSPP defends its leadership and calls for a vote

The leader of the Parti Québécois believes there will be a surge of sympathy for him two days before the vote and knows the challenge will be to motivate voters to vote. Still, he had to defend his lead after excluding two candidates from his team without asking for them to be removed from the ballot.

Solidarity Quebec

GND challenges the undecided two days before the vote

In what appeared to be a call for a strategic vote, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois began his campaign report on Saturday by urging the undecided, young and old, to discuss the future openly by Monday.