Signs already clearly visible in Quebec

A few hours before the official launch of the campaign, the majority of political parties did not take long to appear for the provincial elections on October 3.

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Since yesterday afternoon, it was possible to see several signs of Quebec solidaire (QS) in the East-of-Quebec as well as of the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) and the Conservative Party of Quebec (PCQ) mainly in the Old Capital city.


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Photo QMI Agency, Hélène Fauteux

In the Magdalen Islands, it was barely 3:30 p.m. when the team of volunteers from solidarity candidate Jean-Philippe Déraspe had already almost finished installing the partisan posters.


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Photo QMI Agency, Julie Côté

In Gaspé, the Solidaires were also the first to install the signs of candidate Yv Bonnier-Viger, former regional director of public health.


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Photo Martin Chevalier

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Posters of Carol-Ann Kack, of QS, were also visible in Rimouski, was able to see Le Journal.


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Photo QMI Agency, Marc Vallières

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In the Quebec region, one of the first signs seen was that of Mario Asselin of the CAQ in Vanier-Les Rivières.


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Photo QMI Agency, Marc Vallières

The PCQ was also quite quick to pull the trigger in this county when the photo of Donald Gagnon was clearly visible.

In Côte-du-Sud, the volunteers of the Liberal Party of Quebec were hard at work since the photos of Sylvain Lemieux were on the poles.

Remember that no rule prevents parties from installing their signs before the election is called.

However, according to the electoral law, the placards must be removed at the latest 15 days after the day of the vote.

-With Hélène Fauteux and Julie Côté, QMI Agency

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