December 6, 2022

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The next candidate after Pierre Arcond was opposed to “dividing” nationalist issues

The next candidate after Pierre Arcond was opposed to "dividing" nationalist issues

The liberal candidate after Pierre Arcand in Mont-Royal quickly jumped into the fray: Michelle Seth క్laque has condemned the ban on religious symbols from the outset and the Bill 101 reform initiated by the Legalt government.

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Mr. Dominic AngledMe Pierre Arcond, one of the pillars of the Quebec Liberal Party, which has been elected to Mount Royal since 2007, was set on Monday morning, 24 hours after the announcement of his departure.

Michelle Seth Lockway, a trained lawyer who worked in Norton Rose, will be a candidate in this liberal castle for next fall’s election.

In his inaugural address, new candidate Legalt made it clear that government policies had prompted him to jump into politics.

“In my opinion, nationalist, identity-based issues that divide us should not occupy much space in public debate,” she said.

According to the candidate, it would be better if the power of elected officials was used to “create wealth throughout Quebec while protecting the environment”. “It allows us to improve and modernize our infrastructure and programs so that we can be better prepared to deal with what may happen to us in the future,” she said.

Mitchell Setlockwe believes that ongoing reforms of the law and Law 101 on state secularism “go a long way, violating the personal liberty of some of our fellow citizens.” It also condemns the use of a derogatory provision in both cases.

Quotas

In a review of Act 101, Mr.Me Setlakwe specifically condemned the “quotas” imposed on English-speaking CEGEPs, which would limit the total number of students.

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The candidate believes that Quebec young people will benefit from learning multiple languages.

“Of Armenian and French-Canadian descent,” according to a press release issued by Michel Sethlockway before completing her primary education in French in English.

Despite everything, when pressed with questions, MMe Setlakway agreed that the French were declining in Quebec. “The French language must be protected, I mentioned in my speech. Yes, there is actually a setback. The French must be protected. French, we must recognize that it must be protected and that it is in danger, “she said, urging” balance. ”

Michelle Setlockway of Thetford Mines has lived on Mount Royal for thirty years. She is the wife of Michael Fortier, a former Conservative minister under Stephen Harper and current head of the Royal Bank of Canada.

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