With less than two weeks to go until polling day, five of Quebec’s main party leaders will contend in the second and final debate of the election campaign.
François Legault, leader of the Avenir Québec Coalition, Dominique Anglade of the Liberal Party of Quebec, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois of Québec Solidaire, Parti Québécois Leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon and Éric Duhaime of the Quebec Conservatives will debate the five themes. following topics:
- Cost of living and the economy.
- Educational and civic services.
- French language, immigration and identity.
Unlike last week’s debate on the TVA Network – which has a “face-to-face” format, pitting the two leaders against each other on a single issue – discussions on five topics will be open to each application. pellets.
The two-hour event, which begins at 8 p.m., will end with a series of quick questions.
The debate will take place at La Nouvelle Maison de Radio-Canada in downtown Montreal with Radio-Canada’s Patrice Roy as moderator.
Elections will take place on October 3. People in line can also vote in advance of the polls before this Sunday and Monday, from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.