In with the new, and not a minute too soon
By Susan Riley Oct. 1, 2018
But there is a sea change in the air as more elections—provincial and federal—loom. At the very least, we can hope the old parties are jolted out of their complacency by the eager newcomers nipping at their heels. It's either that, or die a lingering death.
Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault's, pictured, centre-right party apparently had 31.8 per cent of support, according to CBC's Quebec poll tracker released on Sept. 30, while Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard's Liberals had the support of 30.1 per cent. Photograph courtesy of Instagram