MONTREAL — We are already there, today the leaders begin their second week of campaigning on the roads of Quebec. On this eighth day, voters will be entitled to a first televised appointment.
In the evening, the leaders of the five main parties are invited to the program “Cinq chefs, unelection” on Radio-Canada. Broadcast live from 8 p.m., this program will put politicians to the test as they have to answer questions from journalists and the public.
Because of this appointment on the airwaves, the chefs will spend the day in the vicinity of the metropolis. The leader of the Liberal Party of Quebec has notably planned to unveil the financial framework of her training in the morning in Montreal.
Québec solidaire also wants to strike a blow with the unveiling of its greenhouse gas reduction plan in the presence of its two spokespersons Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois and Manon Massé in the Verdun district.
Parti Québécois leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon chose to talk about fairness in the workplace to launch his day.
As for the Coalition avenir Québec, François Legault will be in Laval for a press conference in the morning.
Conservative leader Éric Duhaime’s schedule has not been sent to us.