Day 7: promises in early childhood are expected on Saturday
MONTREAL — On the seventh day of the election campaign in Quebec, the leaders are continuing their journey through the province’s 125 ridings. After discussing transportation and seniors, early childhood will be hot topics on Saturday.
On the Parti Québécois program, leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon should address the “100% CPE objective” of his training during a press briefing in the Saint-Sauveur district of Quebec. He will then take part in a family activity at the Cap-Rouge Nautical Park as well as in a meeting with citizens as part of the Fête Arc-en-ciel de Québec.
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois will also hold a press briefing to announce a commitment by Québec solidaire regarding CPEs, along with candidates from Rimouski and Rivière-du-Loup–Témiscouata, Carol-Ann Kack and Myriam Lapointe-Gagnon. He will be in Rimouski for the morning, before heading to Longueuil in the evening. Manon Massé will be in Val-David.
The leader of the Liberal Party of Quebec, Dominique Anglade, who had broached the subject of early childhood the day before, will be in Senneterre on Saturday. She will hold a press briefing after her visit to the PLC manufacturing company. She will then pay a visit to the private residence for seniors Desjardins.
In the camp of the Coalition avenir Québec, François Legault will begin the day in Montreal, in the riding of Anjou-Louis-Riel, where he will hold a press briefing. He will then head to Montérégie, where he will visit a farm.
The schedule of the leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec, Éric Duhaime, was not available.