Day 31: Multiple chefs in Tuesday’s media blitz

Notably, Liberal leader Dominique Anglade will take part in no fewer than six interviews with different media outlets. (Photo: The Canadian Press)

Several leaders from Quebec’s five main political parties will be offering themselves for a media “blitz” on Tuesday, the 31st day of the provincial campaign.

Liberal leader Dominique Anglade will take part in no fewer than six interviews with various media outlets in Montreal and Quebec throughout the day. In the evening, she takes part in the Gala Forces AVENIR, which is intended to honor and honor student commitment.

The leader of the Parti Québécois, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, will also be present in the media. He is interviewed on Radio Canada radio and appears on the set of Sophie Thibault at TVA Nouvelles at 5pm.

Mr. St-Pierre Plamondon is also entitled to an afternoon meeting with the Mayor of Montreal, Valérie Plante, at City Hall. The day before, Ms Plante had spoken to Solidarity co-speaker Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois.

On Tuesday, Mr. Nadeau-Dubois will be giving radio interviews to Radio-Canada and FM 93 in Quebec. In the state capital, he will also hold a press conference on a commitment to transport and meet Mayor Bruno Marchand.

Finally, Mr. Nadeau-Dubois will be present in the evening for the riding of Sherbrooke where a heated battle between the outgoing QS candidate and the CAQ is expected on October 3rd.

Traffic in the Quebec region will obviously be a hot topic on the 31st day of the campaign as Conservative leader Éric Duhaime also plans to hold a press conference on the subject. Mr Duhaime needs to raise the issue of the tram, he has already stated that a ‘vote for the PCQ is a vote against the tram’.

Meanwhile, Coalition avenir Québec leader François Legault will promote a second day on the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, where post-tropical storm Fiona has caused significant damage to infrastructure.

According to polls, the CAQ in the archipelago is in a close race with the Parti Québécois, whose candidate Joël Arseneau won in 2018, beating his Liberal rival by 15 votes.

Mr. Legault will travel to Gaspésie later in the day and then visit two horse farms on the north coast.

Tyrone Hodgson

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