Le­gault once again in Sher­brooke

Stanstead Journal - - FRONT PAGE - Staff, Sher­brooke

François Le­gault’s Coali­tion Avenir Quebec was in the Town­ships Mon­day, first in Granby where he pre­sented his party’s plat­form on se­niors res­i­dence man­age­ment and care. He prom­ises to hold man­age­ment ac­count­able for the treat­ment of the el­der­lies un­der their care.

The bus then took off for Sher­brooke. If he had been lis­ten­ing to the Tommy Sch­nur­ma­cher show on CJAD, he may have heard his star English can­di­date, Maude Co­hen, talk­ing with Lib­eral Jeff Kelly, who was ar­gu­ing that the CAQ pro­gram on abol­ish­ing English school boards was un­con­sti­tu­tional and sure to bring le­gal troubles. She an­swered that this would not be the case as her party’s plat­form, re­leased on Sun­day, said that the English school boards would not be abol­ished. Mr. Le­gault’s spokesman de­nied that, fur­nished with an ex­tract of the ra­dio pro­gram. He did not an­swer ei­ther our per­sonal calls or our emails for com­ment.

François Le­gault an­swer­ing a jour­nal­ist’s ques­tion while Or­ford can­di­date Jean L’Écuyer looks on.

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