The campaign in pictures – day 15: PSPP reinvents itself as a sports commentator

Over the next 36 days, our journalists and photographers in the field will follow the 2022 election campaign in real time, collecting exclusive images and snapshots. Here is a preview of the 15e campaign day in photos and images.

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1) Paul St-Pierre Plamondon made a stop at the Amos arena for a hockey game in the U18 AAA Development League between the Forestiers and the Albatross.


The campaign in pictures – day 15: PSPP reinvents itself as a sports commentator

2) The leader of the PLQ, Dominique Anglade, announces that she is committed to establishing completely free public transport for all students and people aged 65 and over. She traveled by metro from downtown Montreal to Laval this morning.


The campaign in pictures – day 15: PSPP reinvents itself as a sports commentator

3) Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, his candidate for Abitibi-Ouest, Samuel Doré, and former MP François Gendron visited the Sainte-Germaine fire station.


The campaign in pictures – day 15: PSPP reinvents itself as a sports commentator

PSPP even used the fire hose there.


The campaign in pictures – day 15: PSPP reinvents itself as a sports commentator

4) Éric Duhaime takes part in a march about the ITAQ in La Pocatière.


The campaign in pictures – day 15: PSPP reinvents itself as a sports commentator

Photo QMI Agency / Gabriel Côté


The campaign in pictures – day 15: PSPP reinvents itself as a sports commentator

Photo QMI Agency / Gabriel Côté

5) The Parti Québécois candidate, Samuel Doré, gives a little history lesson.

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