Legault once again in 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.