In 2018, change is the keyword for the Quebec election. After being in power for 13 of the last 15 years (and the last 4 years), the incumbent Liberal party (PLQ) suffers from low approval ratings . Since autumn 2017, the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), with François Legault as leader, has been ahead of the PLQ in almost all the polls, with the Parti Québécois (PQ) – currently the official opposition – significantly behind them in third. Quebec Solidaire (QS), meanwhile, has merged with the independentist party Option Nationale, and is in fourth. It seems to be a two-way race between CAQ and PLQ, but with a lot of undecideds, the result is nowhere near certain. Will the CAQ be able to maintain its lead without alienating its base? Will the PLQ be able to win despite a historically low approval rate? Will the PQ be able to buck the trend and to keep its current seats, or even increase them? And finally, will QS be able to finally gain a seat outside Montreal?
Gertrude Bourdon announces she will run with PLQ, not CAQ
Le Bouyonec to resign, Eric Caire in trouble over a loan
Lisée won the Radio Canada debate
Manon Massé is impressive
Legault considered as unclear on immigration
Lisée asks Massé who rules Quebec solidaire during the third debate, the question is considered out of the corner by the animator
Medias start seeking who rules Quebec Solidaire
Premier Philippe Couillard under controversy : He tells a complete family can live with 75 canadian dollars by week.
Quebecers tell they want change
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