The CAQ presents candidates for Montreal
The candidates of the CAQ in the next provincial elections.
The Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) presented Sunday morning, during a press conference, its candidates for the next provincial elections, at the IGA stadium in the Villeray borough.
The Minister for Transport and Minister responsible for the Montreal region, Chantal Rouleau, along with the Minister of the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change and Minister responsible for the Fight against Racism, Benoit Charrette, unveiled to loved ones, activists and to the press the candidates who will represent the Coalition Avenir Québec, in Montreal, during the next provincial elections.
On the occasion, the deputy for Bourget, Richard Campeau, announced that he will stand for re-election.
The party's candidates “reflect the party's desire to have a team that reflects its values of equity, diversity and inclusion”, according to the Coalition Avenir Québec.
Here they are:
- Rebecca McCann in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
- Rosmeri Otoya Celis in Acadie
- Vicki Marcoux in Laurier-Dorion
- Junlian Leblanc in D'Arcy-McGee
- Florence Lavictoire in Mercier
- Aurélie Diep in Sainte-Marie-Saint-Jacques< /li>
- Loredana Bacchi in La Fontaine
- Absa Diallo in Bourassa-Sauvé
- Julie de Martino in Jeanne-Mance-Viger
- Nicolas Huard- Isabelle in Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne
- Maria Luisa Torres-Piaggio in Westmount-Saint-Louis
- Vicky Michaud in Marguerite-Bourgeoys
- Marc Baaklini in Marquette
“I am convinced that we are presenting talented people who will be able to get to work quickly to advance the city's major issues, whether public transit, downtown revitalization and urban safety in addition to addressing the respective issues of their constituency”, declared François Legault, head of the CAQ and Premier of Quebec, by press release.
More details to come a.