Tag Archive for: Meet the Leaders Town Halls

QCGN “Meet the Leaders” Town Hall: Bloc Montréal Leader Balarama Holness

The Quebec Community Groups Network hosts a series of virtual town halls with provincial party leaders ahead of the 2022 provincial election. The purpose of this series is to discuss electoral issues of importance to English-speaking Quebecers and our community’s place in Quebec.

On Thursday, September 15, we heard from Balarama Holness, leader of the Bloc Montréal. Former radio host Royal Orr fills the role of moderator.

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QCGN HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL WITH BALARAMA HOLNESS

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) last night hosted a virtual town hall with Balarama Holness, leader of the newly-formed Bloc Montreal provincial party. The online forum provided Quebecers with an opportunity to ask Holness questions and at the same time convey to him their concerns ahead of the Oct. 3 provincial election.

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QCGN “Meet the Leaders” Town Hall: Éric Duhaime, Conservative Party of Quebec

The Quebec Community Groups Network hosts a series of virtual town halls with provincial party leaders ahead of the 2022 provincial election. The purpose of this series is to discuss electoral issues of importance to English-speaking Quebecers and our community’s place in Quebec.

On Tuesday, September 7, we heard from Éric Duhaime, leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec. Former radio host Royal Orr fills the role of moderator.

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QCGN HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL WITH ÉRIC DUHAIME

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) last night hosted a virtual town hall with Éric Duhaime, leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec (CPQ). The online forum provided Quebecers with an opportunity to ask Duhaime questions and simultaneously convey to him their concerns ahead of the Oct. 3 provincial election.

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Duhaime would repeal Bill 96, saying anglos shouldn’t trade in historic rights

Quebec Conservative Party Leader Éric Duhaime courts English-speaking voters while speaking at yesterday’s virtual Town Hall, hosted by the QCGN. “A true Quebecer looks beyond being French or English,” he says, encouraging Anglophones to join what he calls a “historic alliance” with Francophones within the Conservative Party.

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QCGN “Meet the Leaders” Town Hall: Colin Standish, Canadian Party of Quebec

The Quebec Community Groups Network hosts a series of virtual town halls with provincial party leaders ahead of the 2022 provincial election. The purpose of this series is to discuss electoral issues of importance to English-speaking Quebecers and our community’s place in Quebec.

On Wednesday, August 31, we heard from Colin Standish, leader of the Canadian Party of Quebec. Former radio host Royal Orr fills the role of moderator.

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QCGN HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL WITH COLIN STANDISH

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) last night hosted a virtual town hall with Colin Standish, leader of the new Canadian Party of Quebec (CaPQ). This online forum provided Quebecers with an opportunity to ask Standish questions and at the same time convey to him their concerns ahead of the Oct. 3 provincial election.

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Anglophones question Québec Liberal leader on issues

“The Liberal party is stronger because we represent everybody,” says Quebec Liberal Party Leader Dominique Anglade during a virtual town hall hosted by the Quebec Community Groups Network.

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QCGN looking to inform voters, party leaders in lead up to election

With Quebecers poised to go to the polls Oct. 3 to elect the next provincial government, the leadership of the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) takes steps to ensure that English-speaking voters know where the different parties stand on issues of concern.

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QCGN HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL WITH DOMINIQUE ANGLADE

The Quebec Community Groups Network last night hosted a virtual town hall with Quebec Liberal Party Leader Dominique Anglade. This online forum provided Quebecers an opportunity to ask questions and convey their concerns to her ahead of the Oct. 3 provincial election.

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