As part of the Quebec Solidair (QS) Training Congress, the evening revived on Saturday evening, combining art and politics with a musical performance featuring speeches by its delegates.
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The film is reminiscent of the early years of the Party Quebecois. Klô Pelgag, recently crowned by ADISQ, was replaced by Gilles Vignolt and Paul Piche this evening in the presence of about 450 people in Geso, Montreal. Everything is posted online, even on Facebook.
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, the parliamentary leader of the QS, emphasized the artist’s support for his political structure. “This is not the first time artists have made their voices heard for social change. This is not the first time that artists in Quebec have been at the forefront of change and social progress, ”he said while opening his speech before drawing parallel to the Silent Revolution.
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, the newly re-elected representative with 97% of the vote (as Manon Massey), began his party’s pre – election year by unveiling the theme he wants to repeat “every day” from here. Next election: “We are capable”.
At one point, the audience remembered this new slogan Yes we can Barack Obama in 2008.
As he has been doing for a few days, the Solidarity leader has portrayed the upcoming election as a choice between his training and the vision of Franకోois Legalt. “We are going to ask him to justify his choices,” he said, referring specifically to the absurd choice to build a six-lane road under the St. Lawrence River, our national gem amid the climate crisis.
“The third link is a symbol of Quebec’s regressive vision, where concrete will come in the future,” said Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois.
Patching up the social net
A few minutes earlier, Manon Massey had also come on stage to explain the process of being guided by “compassionate”.
After condemning the cuts that Quebec has experienced in recent decades, she declared, “We are going to correct that and put that social security net in place.”