Erin O’Toole may look back on the day following the first French debate as the turning point in his purposeful path to government.
Quebec Premier François Legault, pictured in this file photo, is hedging his bets, calling on Quebecers to support a nationalist party that will devolve more powers with no conditions to Quebec. He is also suggesting that the best outcome would be a Conservative minority with a strong Bloc Québécois contingent, writes Sheila Copps.
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Quebec Premier François Legault’s “dangerous” claims may have just cost Erin O’Toole the election.
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