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Bill respecting the laicity of the State

The government of the CAQ finally adopted the bill respecting the laicity of the State. This law provoked intense and emotional debates that went beyond the traditional “left-right” fracture lines.  Even within the Conservative Party of Québec, opinions diverge, and discussions have been lively. I propose to discuss here the principles of the law and to add my humble opinion on this thorny subject. I will limit my discussion primarily to restrictions on rights and freedoms imposed on Quebecers by the law.

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2019 Convention Videos

We recorded some of the conferences at the national convention last April and we are pleased today to make them available for everyone on our Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrzgoletnsSogNRJsRRRFrlXiv--LuJQiQ We hope you will be able to enjoy these highlights of our convention with us. Share in large numbers! Thank you!

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News Releases

A LAST DEBATE BEFORE THE VOTE FOR A NEW LEADER

For immediate release A LAST DEBATE BEFORE THE VOTE FOR A NEW LEADER Montreal, March 25, 2021 - A final debate will allow Daniel Brisson and Éric Duhaime to compare their program and their leadership style on Wednesday, March 31 from 4 p.m., on 96.9 CJMD Lévis. The debate will be moderated by the general manager of the station, Guillaume Ratté-Côté.The themes discussed will really cover the subjects that will undoubtedly animate the next electoral campaign: Covid and healthTransportEducationEnvironmentMediaState sizeFreedom Remember that the Conservative Party of Québec (PCQ) now has more than 13,000 members, about 20 times more than last fall. They will vote to elect their new leader on April 17. The past few months have been marked by a well-attended leadership race and a membership marathon led by the two candidates on March 15. Information :Benoit Larocque,Leadership Election Organizing Committee (LEOC)Phone. : 514 [email protected] -30- Source: André Valiquette Communications Director Conservative Party of Québec Phone. : 514 [email protected]

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THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY OF QUEBEC HAS MORE MEMBERS THAN THE CAQ

For immediate release THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY OF QUEBEC HAS MORE MEMBERS THAN THE CAQ Montreal, March 16th, 2021 - The Conservative Party of Québec (PCQ) now has 12 222 members after a membership marathon led by the two leadership candidates and held on Monday evening, March 15th. This is more than the CAQ (11,500) on the eve of the last election in 2018. Several members of the CAQ have gone to the PCQ for a year, disappointed by the sanitary drift of the Legault government and its lack of control of public finances. The PCQ has already increased its membership 20-fold since last fall. The two candidates for the leadership of the PCQ, Daniel Brisson and Éric Duhaime, wish to establish this party in the National Assembly as of the next election. A second debate between the two candidates will be presented live on early April. More information will follow soon. The leadership race was sparked last fall by the announcement of the resignation of PCQ leader Adrien Pouliot. He will leave the reins of the Party on April 17th, 2021, when the members will choose the new leader. -30- Source: André Valiquette Communications Director Conservative Party of Québec Phone. : 514 [email protected]

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A DEBATE BETWEEN THE TWO CANDIDATES FOR THE CPQ LEADERSHIP

For immediate release A DEBATE BETWEEN THE TWO CANDIDATES FOR THE CPQ LEADERSHIP   Montreal, March 1st, 2021 - A first televised debate between the two leadership candidates of the Conservative Party of Québec (CPQ) will be presented live on CMATV on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021 at 8 p.m., as well as on YouTube and Facebook. CMATV CEO Michel Montminy will host the event. The 2 candidates who will meet on the stage, Daniel Brisson and Éric Duhaime, wish to firmly establish the CPQ in the Quebec National Assembly from the next election. The PCQ has multiplied its membership by 12 since last fall, reaching nearly 8,000 members by the end of February. Almost as much as the number of CAQ members in the last election. The leadership race was sparked last fall by the announcement of the resignation of CPQ leader Adrien Pouliot. He will leave the reins of the Party on April 17th, 2021, when members will choose the new leader. The subjects dealt with during the debate on March 2nd will be: • The pandemic: what reform of the health system? • Free speach: how to defend it? • The economy: what stimulus? • Politics and democracy: are we in autocracy?   The questions will not be known in advance by the candidates.   Information: Benoit Larocque Chair, Leadership Election Organizing Committee (LEOC) Phone. : 514 [email protected] -30- Source: André Valiquette Communications Director Conservative Party of Québec Phone. : 514 [email protected]

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