But if one were to draw just one conclusion from the swearing-in last week of Quebec’s CAQ cabinet, it is that Legault’s government will not be easily pigeonholed, writes columnist Chantal Hébert.
In Quebec Premier François Legault, the Liberals see a pro-carbon pricing cat about to be set loose among the conservative provincial pigeons, writes Chantal Hébert. Photograph courtesy of François Legault's Instagram
In the wake of the election earlier this month of a Coalition Avenir Québec government, Parliament Hill insiders and Quebec watchers have been scrambling to figure out how the new dynamics will play out in next year’s federal vote.
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