Anglade will end his campaign in Kuujjuaq

Liberal leader Dominique Anglade will travel to Gaspésie, Îles-de-la-Madeleine and then to Nord-du-Québec for her last electoral blitz before voting day.

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After concentrating her efforts in the Montreal region in recent weeks, the Liberal leader will leave by plane for the Gaspé Peninsula on October 1, then will sleep in the Magdalen Islands the same evening.

The next day, her plane will take off for Kuujjuaq in Nord-du-Québec where Ms. Anglade will stay for a few hours before returning to Montreal on the eve of the elections.

The Liberal leader ensures that this visit to remote regions is part of the strategy established from the start, namely to be “on the offensive”.

She believes that her training is likely to make gains in all these areas.

And Dominique Anglade is not afraid that a new tile will fall on his campaign, for example if a storm or fog prevents him from taking off from Kuujjuaq within 24 hours of the elections.

« I think we’re going to be here on October 3, » she said.

GND will not go

For his part, the co-spokesperson of Québec solidaire, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, confirmed Monday morning that he will not finally go to meet the victims by October 3.

« What the people of the Magdalen Islands need in the coming days is not more politicians in the election campaign, but all the help needed by public authorities, starting with Hydro-Québec. “, explained Mr. Nadeau-Dubois.

“I will make a donation today as part of the campaign that the Red Cross has launched to help the victims of Fiona, he added. We are going to invite all of our candidates to make a donation, it is important to show solidarity with the victims of Hurricane Fiona, but adding one more electoral caravan on the archipelago does not seem to us be the best way to concretely help the people of the islands to get out of it.”

– With the collaboration of Marc-André Gagnon, Parliamentary Office

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