(Quebec) Actor and musician Pierre-Luke Brilliant will be the candidate for the party Quebecois (PQ) in Rosemont, Montreal in the October 3 election, the Canadian press has learned.
Posted at 10:07 am
He confronts Vincent Marissall, an outgoing member of Quebec Solidair.
In the 2018 general election, PQ leader Jean-Franకోois Lizzie was defeated by Mr. Rosemont remained a stronghold for PQ for a long time until the removal of Marissol.
Born in 1978, Pierre-Luke Brilliant began his screen career at an early age. He has acted in many films including Piggy Bank, Combine and Company, Crazy, Fireflies disappearAnd There is no chicken in my cabinJust released movie.
He also played many roles on the small screen Plan b, Our summer, Breakway, Hard times, District 31Etc.
Mr. Brillant is married to actress Isabelle Blaise.
Mr. Brilliant would not be the first actor to sit for PQ if elected. Pierre Karzie was a PQ member of the board from 2007 to 2011 before sitting as an independent candidate. Additionally, in 2014, actress and director Lorraine Pintall wore PQ colors on Verdun, but was not selected.
With the announcement of this new candidacy, the PQ will end a week of chaos, which will also indicate parliamentary work in the National Assembly.
On Tuesday, Franకోois Legalt presented his candidacy in Lewis, with Bernard Drainville, the former PQ minister now transformed into Coalition Avenir Quebec, reviving questions about the future of PQ.
Veterans in the PQ Caucasus are ending their political careers. MPs Sylvain Goudrolt, Johnquier, Veronica Hivann, Joliet and Lorraine Richard have stated they will not run again in Duplessis.
Of the current squad, only Pascal Berube in Matane-Matapedia, Joel Arseno in the Isles-de-Madeleine and Meganne Perry-Mlencon in Gasp announced that they would be seeking votes on the ballot on October 3. Martin Oulette, in Rene-Levesque, should announce his decision very soon.
In 2018, with 35% of the vote in Rosemont, Mr. Maurice was elected, with a 2,500-vote lead over Jean-Franకోois Lizzie, who won 28% of the vote.