Quebec election: Party leaders will debate one more time before the Oct. 3 election RS News

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MONTREAL – Quebec party leaders will face the last time before the October 3 election during a French-language TV debate tonight.

The incumbent party Avenir Québec led by François Legault continues to enjoy a solid lead in the polls, and the other four main parties are in the fight for second place with 11 days left before election day.

The debate, hosted by Radio-Canada, gives another chance for Liberal, Quebec solidaire, Conservative and Parti Québécois leaders to make their pitch to Quebecers.

None of the five party leaders have scheduled events today ahead of the debate, which will be divided into five sections: the environment; cost of living and economy; health; education and services to citizens; and French language, immigration and identity.

All five party leaders are scheduled to appear live on “Tout le monde en parle,” Sunday night, the most popular show of the season.

Some good news came early Wednesday for Liberal Leader Dominique Anglade when the Quebec Supreme Court ruled that his party’s candidate in Matane-Matapédia, who had been disqualified, can run, meaning the Liberals will have candidates in all 125.

This Canadian Press report was first published on September 22, 2022.


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