Québec solidaire co-spokesperson, Manon Massé, visiting the Outaouais today | Elections Quebec 2022
Manon Massé, co-spokesperson for Québec solidaire (QS ), is passing through the Outaouais on Sunday (archives).
Québec solidaire (QS) co-spokesperson, Manon Massé, is in the Outaouais on Sunday to meet with citizens opposed to a mining project in the MRC de Papineau.
Ms. Massé has planned to make a first stop in the riding of Hull in the afternoon, where she will unveil a transportation commitment, accompanied by her local candidate Mathieu Perron-Dufour.
The co-spokesperson for Québec solidaire then plans to go to Papineauville, in front of the offices of the MRC de Papineau, to meet with officials of the citizen mobilization movement opposed to the La Loutre mining project. The local candidate, Marie-Claude Latourelle, will also be present.
Earlier this month, the co-spokesperson of Québec solidaire, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, had also arrested in the region to address the housing issue.
The leader of the Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ), Dominique Anglade, the leader of the Parti Quebecois (PQ), Paul St- Pierre Plamondon and the leader of the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ), François Legault, also made a stop in the Outaouais region during this campaign.
In addition, PQ member Véronique Hivon, outgoing MP for Joliette, will also be in the Outaouais on Sunday to promote the party's early childhood center (CPE) plan. She will be accompanied by candidates from the PQ in the region. Véronique Hivon has already announced that she will not seek re-election.
More details to come