Paul St-Pierre Plamondon (on the left) came to invest Sylvie Tanguay and Yves Bérubé-Lauzières (on the right).
As the election approached, the Parti Québécois presented two candidates, Sylvie Tanguay, in Saint-François, and Yves Bérubé-Lauzières, in Sherbrooke.
It is without opposition that the two candidates were invested. The leader of the Parti Québécois, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, traveled to Sherbrooke for the occasion.
A hundred people were expected at the Liverpool on Wellington Street, where the he atmosphere was festive. Music punctuated the speeches of the various regional candidates.
Sylvie Tanguay works in the health field. Yves Bérubé-Lauzières is an engineer, he works as a professor at the University of Sherbrooke and is particularly specialized in quantum technologies.
These two candidates entered politics for the same reason: they want to correct problems they see in their daily lives.
I will soon have five grandchildren, and I do it for them, politics is for them, explains candidate Sylvie Tanguay. It's for my co-workers in health, where it's not going so well right now, it's getting worse and worse, and there's no solution, so the only one I've found, me , is to get directly involved in politics.
I think that what is really a priority is an essential need, it is the housing crisis, mentions the candidate Yves Bérubé-Lauzières. Again this year, we found people on July 1 who found themselves on the street, who had no housing.
The leader of the Parti Québécois, Paul St-Pierre Plamondon , came to greet the members of the party present on the spot. He took the opportunity to take some photos, and he hopes that the campaign will allow the PQ to assert itself as an independentist.
An authentic campaign, assumed, quality people who carry the country project, the Parti Québécois social project, and on all subjects, a campaign where we will set the record straight, these are the wishes of Paul St-Pierre Plamondon concerning the electoral campaign, in view of the provincial general elections from next October 3.