The candidate for the Coalition avenir Québec in the riding of Charlevoix-Côte-de-Beaupré, Kariane Bourassa, has to deal with the departure of two important members of her team during the election campaign.  ;
Martin Guérin and Sylvie Boucher who held the positions of assistant to the outgoing MP, Émilie Foster, will not continue their careers with the new candidate.
Mr. Guérin justified her departure by a professional incompatibility.
For Ms. Boucher, she explains that personal reasons pushed her towards the exit door.
She confirms that she also had a “divergence of visions of the constituency” with the current candidate.
Ms. Boucher, however, indicates that she respects Kariane Bourassa. For the moment, she retains her position as president of the Association caquiste de Charlevoix-Côte-de-Beaupré.
The current political attaché thanks the work accomplished by the two former members. He indicates that Kariane Bourassa remains very well surrounded.
Commitments in Charlevoix for the CAQ
François Legault, leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec, revealed last Friday the electoral platform of its political formation for the metropolitan region of Quebec.
In Charlevoix, the CAQ wishes to bet on a bicycle path. The existing network can be improved according to the party.
The Coalition Avenir Québec intends to expand the studies already underway to link Charlevoix to the Route Verte in order to create a route along the St. Lawrence River.
In addition, an announcement will be made very soon concerning the Côte-de-Charlevoix park, which has been in the plans for a few years now.
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