Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault is campaigning Wednesday in the electoral district of Iberville — a riding the party won in 2018 but then lost after its member joined the Conservatives.
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She gave the Conservatives their only seat in the legislature and helped boost the profile of the party, which was a non-factor in the last election but which is now polling ahead of the Parti Québécois.
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Legault is holding a news conference in the riding, located south of Montreal, this morning and then hosting a lunch in the district with party members.
Meanwhile, Quebec’s left-of-centre Québec solidaire party is set to make an announcement on transportation today in Quebec City.
The Liberals are holding a news conference this morning in Saint-Agapit, Que., south of Quebec City, while the PQ is speaking to reporters in front of a grocery store in Montreal about the cost of living.
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