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The greater metropolitan area is the object of all desires this year. Montreal, Laval, the Laurentians, Lanaudière and Montérégie alone account for more than half of the ridings of Quebec (71 out of 125), and at least four parties, or even more, can claim to elect MNAs there. Portrait of the struggles to watch.
“You just need to be in your tank, in traffic, and you live the damn wait,” said Bernard Drainville on September 2.
Photo: Radio-Canada / Mathieu Potvin
The resounding declarations of Bernard Drainville about the third link between Quebec and Lévis are not surprising. On board the campaign bus of the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ), it is even rumored that he has already become the best bearer of the file for his political party. He also caused a lot of talk on Friday with the famous “Drop me with the GHGs” which he dropped by noting that the eventual CAQ tunnel would be largely reserved for public transport and used by more and more electric vehicles.
A journalist since 2014, Alexandre Duval covers provincial politics within the parliamentary office of Radio-Canada in Quebec. Over the years, he has produced several impact and investigative reports on issues ranging from health to education, including the environment and police affairs. In 2017, Alexandre won the Judith-Jasmin “Local and regional media” prize. He was also a finalist in 2020 in the Politics category.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this 6th day of the Quebec election campaign. To consult our complete file on the elections, it is here.