June 7, 2023

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Luc Lavoie returned to La Jaute

Luc Lavoie returned to La Jaute

The big decision made in the middle of the LCN election campaign: three years after the departure Jost, Political commentator Luke Lavoie will return with the Jousting team tomorrow.

Recognized for his openness, Luke Lavoie returns to his first love, television, and talking about politics means doing what he loves most.

Luke Lavoie joins pilot Paul Laroke Jost, As well as other commentators, including Stefan Bedard, Amir Qadir, Emmanuel Lottrevers, Mark-Andre Leclerc, Elsie Lefebvre, Thomas Mulcair, Pierre Nantel, Carolyn Saint-Hiller and Veronica Tremble.

Make way for the “real countryside”

According to him, the “real campaign” began during Face to face Broadcast Thursday evening via TVA, LCN and QUB radio.

“Lose eight points in a few days [comme c’est le cas des libéraux au Québec]”It’s unbelievable and very rare,” said Mr. Laoi, referring to the loggerheads.Newspaper-Watt unveiled Thursday.

However, he was of the opinion that nothing had been decided as it had not yet been decided in Belle Province.

“The campaign so far has not been good for the liberals. They have lost control and people are angry that the election is in the midst of an epidemic,” he added.

Mr Lavoie’s Conservative leader Erin O’Toole is judged to be “better than people thought,” but “he doesn’t understand why people waste their votes with a party that is not in power like Black Cubacos.” He adds that Black leader Yves-Franకోois Blanchett “suppressed his comments” that he had “performed exceptionally well”. Face to face.

I. The Joost It airs on LCN on weekdays starting at 4 p.m.

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