The first of two French-language leaders debates during the Quebec election campaign takes place in Montreal on Thursday, September 15, 2022, night, and it will be the first contest as party leader for four of the five participants.
Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault found himself on the defensive on Thursday, September 8, 2022, trying to clarify comments made a day earlier that linked immigration to the province with extremism and violence.
Three of Quebec's main political parties took aim on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, at a proposal by Québec solidaire to introduce wealth and inheritance taxes on people with assets worth $1 million or more.
Coalition Avenir Québec Leader François Legault is promising to ask the province's hydro utility to consider building new hydroelectric dams, but he is not saying where or how he would realize the complicated, expensive megaprojects.
Liberal candidate Marwah Rizqy blamed Conservative Party of Quebec Leader Éric Duhaime on Thursday, for the highly charged political climate in which elected officials are being subjected to threats and violence.
Acknowledging that Quebecers are among the highest taxed people in Canada, the two top parties running in Quebec's election campaign held competing news conferences in the provincial capital on Monday to promise income tax cuts if they are elected on Oct. 3.
Quebec’s general election campaign began in earnest on Sunday, August 28, 2022, sending the four main opposition parties out on the hustings to disprove the polls that suggest the Coalition Avenir Québec is cruising to another four years in power.