François Legault promises the expansion of Parc national du Bic | Elections Quebec 2022
The head of the CAQ François Legault is passing through Bas-Saint Laurent this Saturday, to promise, among other things, improved access to natural spaces in Quebec.
The head of the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ), François Legault, is passing through Bas-Saint-Laurent this Saturday.
Camping in front of the picturesque Bic National Park, François Legault proposes a series of measures to improve access to natural spaces, and promises to invest, if re-elected, $538 million to make it happen.
Three new national parks would be created: one at Dunes-de-Tadoussac, one at Côte-de-Charlevoix, and Nibiischii Park, located in Nord-du-Québec.
La CAQ is also proposing to expand five existing national parks: Bic, Mont-Orford, Plaisance (located in the Outaouais), Îles-de-Boucherville, and Mont-Saint-Bruno.
Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) leader François Legault was at Bic National Park to announce his plan to improve access to nature and water.
Investments for the Sentier national du Québec are also on the menu of proposals, in order to develop and maintain it on a route that will total 1650 kilometers.
For their part, the municipalities could have an envelope of 150 million dollars to improve their access to water as well as to green spaces.
François Legault also promises the addition of protected areas on Quebec territory, while improving their accessibility.
The head of the CAQ was accompanied for the occasion by his candidate in Rimouski, Maïté Blanchette-Vézina, as well as by Isabelle Charest, who held the position of minister responsible for sports under his government.
This is the second visit of the CAQ leader to Bas-Saint-Laurent since the start of the election campaign. On August 29, François Legault parked his tour bus in Rivière-du-Loup.
He will then head to the riding of Rivière-du-Loup–Témiscouata to participate in an activist dinner, and then plans to visit a dairy bar in the riding of Côte-du-Sud.
Aside from these two visits, François Legault came to the region last April to meet with the mayor of Rimouski, Guy Caron, before swapping his hat as prime minister for that of head of the CAQ to announce the candidacy. of Maïté Blanchette-Vézina, in the riding of Rimouski.
The parliamentary leader of Québec solidaire (QS), Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, made a three-day tour of Gaspésie and Bas-Saint-Laurent (archive).
For his part , the parliamentary leader of Quebec Solidaire (QS), Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, made a three-day tour of Gaspésie and Bas-Saint-Laurent at the start of the election campaign. Mr. Nadeau-Dubois also took advantage of his visit to the region to announce his early childhood plan.
The leader of the Parti Québécois (PQ), Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, was also visiting Bas-Saint-Laurent in early September.
Parti Québécois (PQ) leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon was also visiting Bas-Saint-Laurent in early September. After stopping in Rivière-du-Loup and Trois-Pistoles, the PQ leader stopped in Rimouski to propose a formula for regionalizing immigration.
The leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec (PCQ), Éric Duhaime, stopped by La Pocatière as part of a demonstration to demand that the new veterinary medicine program be implemented in the municipality, and no to the University of Quebec in Rimouski.
The leader of the Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ), Dominique Anglade has not yet visited the region .