Thursday, November 6, 2008

Quebec Election News -- November 6, 2008

Charest Makes Play For Quebec -- The Montreal Gazette

Premier Jean Charest has called a provincial election for Dec. 8, seeing an opportunity to capitalize on the weak hand of Mario Dumont's Action démocratique du Québec.

Charest's goal is to transform his Liberal minority government into a majority, guaranteeing "four years of peace," as one of his ministers put it.

The party's theme is that in the midst of global financial turbulence, only with a majority can the Charest team defend Quebec's interests and keep its economy on track.

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More News On Quebec's Provincial Election

The Gazette's Election Blog -- The Gazette
Quebec premier seeks 'clear mandate' in calling Dec. 8 election -- CBC
Personal ambition and fear of hard times to come prompt a gamble at the polls -- Globe And Mail
Liberals own Fortress Montreal -- The Montreal Gazette
Charest must tell us what this election is all about -- The Montreal Gazette
Charest Say Jobs Are The Priority -- Global Quebec
Jean Charest kicks off first day of campaign with speeches on economy -- Canadian Press
Charest takes a gamble on December election -- Toronto Star
Economy, not sovereignty, the hot issue in Quebec vote -- National Post
Quebecers set to vote, again -- Toronto Star
Premier says he learned from close call in 2007 campaign -- Montreal Gazette
Seeking Majority, Quebec’s Premier Sets Election -- New York Times

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