The various leaders of the main parties have decided to start the electoral campaign in key constituencies that will want to defend or obtain a gain.
See in which constituency, the various chefs will visit on Sunday.
Coalition avenir Québec
François Legault will spend part of the day in Quebec to follow the protocol for the triggering of the elections. Subsequently, the head of the CAQ will head to the riding of Montmorency in the Capitale-Nationale.
It should leave for Lac-Saint-Jean at the end of day, a target region for his party since the Parti Québécois will try to keep the riding of Jonquière despite the departure of outgoing MP Sylvain Gaudreault.
< p lang="fr" dir="ltr">Day 1 – This is a start for coverage of the 2022 election campaign. I will be on the CAQ caravan until mid-campaign.
Today: Quebec, Beauport, Alma and Jonquiere. #QC2022 #polqc #JDQ pic.twitter.com/dwivu8QRUt
— Marc-André Gagnon (@MAGagnonJDQ) August 28, 2022
Liberal Party of Quebec
The leader of the PLQ starts her day in Quebec, but will head quickly to the metropolis to try to defend these many ridings on the island of Montreal.
Dominique Anglade will spend the end of the day in the LaFontaine riding of outgoing MP Marc Tanguay.
The liberal leader @DomAnglade makes her arrival at the National Assembly. She boards her campaign bus. She calls herself “attacked” and will hold a press briefing at 10 a.m. before heading to Montreal #qc2022 pic.twitter.com/T30YbHAQoZ
— Nicolas Lachance (@NicolasLachance) August 28, 2022
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, one of the spokespersons for Québec solidaire will start the campaign in Montreal, but will move to Estrie to try to help his candidate, Mélissa Généreux, to make a gain in the riding of Saint-François .
Recall that Québec solidaire won the riding of Sherbrooke in 2018.
The leader of the Parti Québécois, Paul Saint-Pierre Plamondon will spend the day in his riding, as he tries to be elected for the first time to the National Assembly.
He is running in the former riding of Bourget now named Camille-Lorrain.
Conservative Party of Quebec
Unsurprisingly, the leader of the PCQ, Éric Duhaime will begin his election campaign in the Quebec region , where he wishes to make gains.
Mr. Duhaime chose to run in the riding of Chauveau held by Caquist candidate Sylvain Lévesque.
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