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.
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.
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Louis-Charles Fortier, President of Communication & Strategy, Conservative Party of Québec, invites you to be a part of Quebec political history. Join our 2019 convention
The citizens of Quebec and Chaudière-Appalaches know it! When the two bridges are blocked, there is no plan B. The third link project has to go ahead and offer an alternative to the nightmare of people who have to cross the river every day.
On this Remembrance Day, we pay tribute to those who have defended our freedoms.
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Is it possible to educate our children about sexuality without sexualizing them?
I wish to introduce myself as a simple Quebec citizen who cares about the protection of our children. After having done some research relating to Quebec’s new sex education program, I decided to take political action corresponding to my personal beliefs about the hidden nature of this program - which, under the guise of sex education (which is essential in my opinion), is masking an objective of early childhood sexualization.
Happy Labour Day! In Quebec, when we celebrate Labour Day, you don't celebrate work. The media pushes microphones under the noses of trade union leaders so that they can boast the merits of trade unionism or demand an increase in the minimum wage.
The governments of Canada and Quebec have, in recent years, adopted several measures aimed at limiting emissions of greenhouse gas (GHG) in the hope of contributing to reducing global warming. Unfortunately, these measures will not achieve their goal and will cost Canadians dearly. In this document, the Conservative Party of Québec, concerned about sustainable economic development that considers real environmental constraints, proposes in this document an alternative that would work better at a lower cost.
Our Leader Adrien Pouliot speaks at the Israel at 70 event, held on May 24, 2018.