Polls show the sovereigntist party fighting for second-place in Québec behind the Liberals.
Bloc Quebecois candidate Helene Gaudreau, centre, and leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, right, speak to voters in the Laurentides-Labelle riding in Quebec on Aug. 31. Liberal MP David Graham narrowly defeated a Bloc candidate to win the riding in 2015, while two neighbouring ridings, Joliette and Rivière-du-Nord, both went to the Bloc. Screen-capture of Yves-Francois Blanchet's Twitter account
The Bloc Québécois has rebounded after nearly falling apart a year ago, and has a chance to double its seat count in the House with a possible minority government looming ahead.
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