If the Quebec election were held tomorrow, François Legault would become the first leader since René Lévesque to bring a new party to power in the province. For more than four decades since its initial 1976 victory, the Parti Québécois has been the main alternative to the Liberals. A Coalition Avenir Québec win could consign the province’s once dominant sovereigntist party to the sidelines.
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