ELECTIONS QUÉBEC 2018 – CANDIDATES

September 16, 2018


ELECTIONS QUÉBEC 2018 – CANDIDATES 
By Bernard Bujold- 
The deadline to register for the election of October 1st was Saturday, September 15 at 2 pm.
In total, 940 Quebecers are candidates for the general election. There were 814 in 2014. 
Only the four major parties have candidates in all ridings in Quebec. 
In the end, 125 candidates will be chosen and, for many voters, the choice will be made on party leaders rather than local candidates. 
To be continued! 
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WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER 2018

September 15, 2018


Have a nice weekend of September 2018… 
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THE BATTLE OF THE LEADERS – FIRST DEBATE ELECTIONS QUEBEC 2018

September 14, 2018


THE BATTLE OF THE LEADERS – FIRST DEBATE ELECTIONS QUEBEC 2018 
By Bernard Bujold- 
Jean-François Lisée is undoubtedly the winner of the first debate of the leaders on Thursday, October 13 for the election of October 1st. 
The loser is François Legault who failed to effectively attack the program and the candidacy of his opponent Philippe Couillard. Legault also failed to stand out as the change solution! 
For her part Manon Massé was not as dynamic as Françoise David had been previously but she represented well the ideas of the social left. 
My conclusion: Jean-François Lisée, with his well-presented arguments, made sure to elect twenty or so deputies, and he probably helped Philippe Couillard’s campaign, with whom he will undoubtedly associate himself if the Liberal Party wins about sixty deputies and gets a minority position. 
To be continued. 
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ELECTIONS IN QUEBEC – 2018

September 12, 2018


ELECTIONS IN QUEBEC – 2018 – 
By Bernard Bujold – 
An election is usually won by the polarization of the debate over voters, as was the case in the United States in 2016 with Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton or in Ottawa in 2015 with Justin Trudeau against Stephen Harper. 
Here in Quebec in 2018 this polarization has not yet taken place and we are a few weeks away from the vote. There is no such “ballot question” or as the Americans say: “the wedge politics”. 
François Legault has not succeeded so far in imposing his difference as the Trump and Trudeau did! 
There was a door open during the last year but Legault was afraid to seize it and he preferred to stay away from a polarized debate. 
My conclusion: the current government of Philippe Couillard will not be defeated but will return to minority. 
I therefore maintain my projection of 60 LIB / 40 CAQ / 23 PQ / and 2 QS. 
To be continued… 
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SEPTEMBER 11th, 2001

September 11, 2018


SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2001- 
17 years since September 11th 2001! 
We will never forget…
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CAPTAIN AND HIS BOAT

September 9, 2018


CAPTAIN AND HIS BOAT 
By Bernard Bujold- 
The 2018 cruise season has begun well and the Port of Montreal is active more than ever. 
The soul of “captain” resurfaced for many sea lovers… 
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LISE PAYETTE (1931-2018)

September 9, 2018


LISE PAYETTE (1931-2018) 
The end of an era… 
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