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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2018 10:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Catherine Bouchard-Tremblay running for Bloc in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord by-election


Embattled Bloc leader Martine Ouellet insists she can help build a strong team around the party's candidate in an upcoming by-election.


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Published on: May 18, 2018 | Last Updated: May 18, 2018 8:44 PM EDT




Bloc Québécois Leader Martine Ouellet says she will rebuild "a positive team" around her candidate for the by-election in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord Jacques Boissinot / THE CANADIAN PRESS



Bloc Québécois Leader Martine Ouellet says she will rebuild “a positive team” around her candidate for the by-election in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord, despite the fact Ouellet has lost the support of the riding association there.

Ouellet was in Saguenay Friday to announce the candidacy of 25-year-old Catherine Bouchard-Tremblay, whom Ouellet described as a confirmed supporter of Quebec independence. Bouchard-Tremblay has been a candidate for Option nationale in two provincial elections: in 2012 and in 2016.

The by-election to replace former Liberal MP Denis Lemieux, who stepped down in November citing personal reasons, will take place on June 18.

Bouchard-Tremblay’s candidacy is threatened by the crisis that has shaken the Bloc Québécois since the departure on Feb. 28 of seven of its 10 MPs. They accused the leader of intransigence. A week later, the riding association of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord asked Ouellet to step down as leader to avoid hurting the party’s chances in the by-election.


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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 10:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

am definitely expecting something better than a strong second here ... martel is the kind of man locals can relate to, trust, and be proud of ... whereas 'team trudeau' candidate boivin, far from being a hands-on businessperson, is, trading in 'management services', more a member of the privileged gliberal nomenklatura and chattering apparatchik classes ... meanwhile, the local bq riding association have said they will not support bouchard-tremblay, who only recently defected to the bq from the option nationale after it merged with the leftwing quebec solidaire party ... she ran for the 'national assembly' (provincial) riding in 2012 and 2016, scoring less than a quarter as many votes on her second showing ... nevertheless, coming from a more modern determined leftist background, she will likely draw some votes from the npd ... cue poor old dubois, the trade-unionist, and singh, who were blindsided by the visit of trudeau-deux to the local alcan smeltery, and who now appear unlikely to make many, if any, new converts ... so, the deciding question here is: where will all the disaffected nationalists go? ... and in post-catholic quebec the only occupation which inspires as much religiosity as politics, is ... hockey !!
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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

paulalexdij wrote:
am definitely expecting something better than a strong second here ... martel is the kind of man locals can relate to, trust, and be proud of ... whereas 'team trudeau' candidate boivin, far from being a hands-on businessperson, is, trading in 'management services', more a member of the privileged gliberal nomenklatura and chattering apparatchik classes ... meanwhile, the local bq riding association have said they will not support bouchard-tremblay, who only recently defected to the bq from the option nationale after it merged with the leftwing quebec solidaire party ... she ran for the 'national assembly' (provincial) riding in 2012 and 2016, scoring less than a quarter as many votes on her second showing ... nevertheless, coming from a more modern determined leftist background, she will likely draw some votes from the npd ... cue poor old dubois, the trade-unionist, and singh, who were blindsided by the visit of trudeau-deux to the local alcan smeltery, and who now appear unlikely to make many, if any, new converts ... so, the deciding question here is: where will all the disaffected nationalists go? ... and in post-catholic quebec the only occupation which inspires as much religiosity as politics, is ... hockey !!


I will defer to you on this matter as you are one of the most knowledgeable voices here of the "status on the ground" within Quebec.

If you are expecting a win then that is good news!

The by-election is going to serve as a very effective means to determine if the CPC momentum in rural Quebec is real or not.
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 7:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Record’s view: Pork-barrel politics live on in Quebec byelection

Opinion May 22, 2018 Waterloo Region Record|


It's funny how Canadian politicians seem to hate the taste of pork – unless it's dished up by their own party. Then the flavour's irresistible.

We're not talking about meat, of course. We're talking about pork as in those mouthwatering servings of public money so eagerly doled out to tantalize voters.

And Justin Trudeau's Liberals have just shown how alive the oleaginous tradition of pork-barrelling remains, all the better to grease their own political machinery.


Over an 11-day period that ended May 10, a steady stream of Liberal MPs, cabinet ministers and finally the prime minister himself paraded through the Quebec federal riding of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord delivering a late-spring blizzard of government spending.

In terms of goodies dispersed, it was Christmas, Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween and your birthday rolled into less than two weeks. The cost to taxpayers of this cascade of Liberal largesse? More than $60 million.

And here's the kicker. On May 13 — just three days after the spending-spree announcements had ended — the prime minister revealed that the good and amply-rewarded voters of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord will go to the polls in a June 18 byelection. Could anyone call that a coincidence?

According to the Canada Elections Act, Trudeau had until June 2 to call the byelection to replace Liberal MP Denis Lemieux, who resigned Nov. 6.

Trudeau waited more than six months to do so.

And for most of that time, apart from a $795,000 grant to a university in the riding announced in December, there were no federal spending announcements affecting Chicoutimi-Le Fjord.

That suddenly changed on April 30 when Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier dropped into the riding to hand out interest-free loans to four local businesses worth a combined $2.5 million.


On May 1 and May 2, Liberal MP David Lametti was there bearing gifts of interest-free loans totalling $1.5 million to eight local businesses.

After Liberal MP Richard Hébert visited on May 4 with a cheque worth $564,000 for a network of aluminum manufacturing enterprises and suppliers, Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly provided $375,000 in federal funding to a local Indigenous centre on May 9.

The best was saved for last. On May 10, Prime Minister Trudeau arrived to announce $60 million in federal support for a new aluminum-smelting project in the area.

We're sure the good folks of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord are delighted with all this attention — and cash. And the money will arguably do good things for them. Whether it's the most effective spending of Canadian taxpayers' money, however, remains debatable.

Keep in mind the Liberals barely won back this riding from the New Democrats in the 2015 general election and want to hold onto it

And remember, too, that as the government with access to the public purse, the Liberals have a distinct advantage over their political rivals. They can spray money across the riding today while hinting at the funding flood to come if voters are smart enough to elect a Liberal.

This is the sort of thing the Liberals denounced when they were the opposition and Stephen Harper's Conservatives were carving up the pork.

It's what every party decries when out of government and every party indulges in as government.

It's unfair. It breeds cynicism. Yet it's the way Canada does politics.

Sunny ways? Meet porky days.


https://www.therecord.com/opinion-story/8622709-the-record-s-view-pork-barrel-politics-live-on-in-quebec-byelection/
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 12:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

most voters nowadays, apart from the grossly uninformed and a few die-hard militants, are canny enough to graciously accept the premature pork and then vote how they want anyway ... nevertheless, the gliberal glam and glee parade should serve to keep them competitive enough with their main rivals in this arena -- the npd ... however, as reigning champions, i would still be very surprised if they placed anywhere further south than a strong second on the day ... needless to say, all players should take nothing for granted, and be sure to maintain a consistently assertive formation, right up until, and indeed after, securing any goals in the many stages ahead ...
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Scheer to campaign in Quebec with former Bloc, PQ star Michel Gauthier



Daniel Leblanc Parliamentary reporter

Ottawa


Published 2 days ago

Updated June 11, 2018



Conservative leader Andrew Scheer rises during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, on June 6, 2018.

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For years, Michel Gauthier tormented the Chrétien and Martin governments in the House of Commons, using his rhetorical fire to attack the Liberals in Question Period and boost Quebec’s sovereignty movement.

Eleven years after his retirement, the former Bloc Québécois House Leader is coming back into the world of politics as a federalist, having formed an unlikely alliance with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer. The pair will campaign together on Thursday in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord, just four days before a by-election in the traditionally nationalist riding where the Conservatives hope to steal a seat from the Liberals.

Mr. Gauthier is the perfect symbol of Mr. Scheer’s strategy in Quebec, where he is working to recreate the “blue” coalition of Quebec nationalists and conservatives that regularly comes together in the province. While Mr. Gauthier is at ease living in a united Canada today, his fight against the Liberal Party lives on.


“I am calling on sovereigntists who used to vote for the Bloc Québécois to turn their support to the Conservative Party,” said the 68-year-old.

The Liberal MP who was elected in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord in the last election, Denis Lemieux, resigned last year. While the Conservatives finished in fourth place in the riding in 2015, they have attracted a popular candidate with widespread name recognition in the riding, former junior hockey coach Richard Martel.


Conservatives think they have a unique opportunity to rally the anti-Liberal and anti-Trudeau vote in Quebec, given the falling fortunes of two other major parties in the province. Beset by leadership problems, the Bloc is facing another existential crisis. Meanwhile, the NDP is struggling to maintain its position as a major federal presence in Quebec under the leadership of former Ontario MPP Jagmeet Singh.

A Léger poll conducted in May in Quebec showed the Liberal Party of Justin Trudeau remained in the lead in Quebec with the support of 40 per cent of respondents. The Conservatives were in second place at 29 per cent in Quebec, up seven points in the province since March and up 12 points since the 2015 general election. The NDP was at 15 per cent, down 10 points since the previous federal election, while the Bloc was at 10 per cent, down nine points.

“Mr. Scheer is a new leader with a new team who is putting together a new program, he is very open to Quebec and he seems to me to be someone who would make a very good prime minister,” Mr. Gauthier said.

In Mr. Gauthier, the Conservatives have an ally who can use his public profile and his formidable verbal talents to attack Mr. Trudeau not only in the coming by-election, but also in the lead-up to the 2019 general election.

The long-time Bloc Québécois MP, House Leader and Leader retired in 2007, one year after the Harper Conservatives came to power. Despite the Bloc’s strong showings in Quebec in the 2004 and 2006 elections, Mr. Gauthier had lost his fire. A Parti Québécois MNA in the 1980s, Mr. Gauthier had become convinced the Bloc had outlived its usefulness and that Quebec was not set to become an independent country any time soon.


https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-scheer-to-campaign-in-quebec-with-former-bloc-pq-star-michel-gauthier/
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( a poll has the cpc candidate ahead in the by election )



June 13, 2018 / Updated at 1h35



Richard Martel in advance



Normand Boivin


The Daily


Conservative candidate Richard Martel could take the riding of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord over to the Liberals next Monday.


In the run-up to the election campaign of this by-election this winter, Mr. Martel gets 36.3% of the voting intentions, far ahead of Liberal Lina Boivin, who is looking for one in five voters.


If we divide the 25.2% undecided, the conservative climbs to 48.5%; Ms. Boivin, at 26.7%.


These figures are far behind New Democratic Party candidate (NDP) Éric Dubois who, with 8.3% of undecided supporters, ranks fourth behind Catherine Bouchard It was also a setback for the NDP, which had conceded only 600 votes to Liberal Denis Lemieux in the October 2015 poll.



The survey analyst, Raynald Harvey, president of Segma Research, notes that Richard Martel will draw votes in all political parties, particularly the Bloc Québécois and the NDP.



In the last election, outgoing MP Dany Morin (NDP), elected on the orange wave of Jack Layton, lost by 13,019 votes against 13,619 for Liberal Denis Lemieux.



The Bloc, represented by Élise Gauthier, was third with 8990 votes, and conservative Caroline Ste


—Infographic The Daily



Methodology
The survey conducted by Segma Recherche on behalf of Radio-Canada and The Daily was conducted by telephone interviews from the Chicoutimi firm's central office from June 7 to 12, less than one week before the vote.



Eighty percent of phone numbers were randomly generated among wireline telephone exchanges and 20% among cell phones. Its 402 respondents give a total margin of error of plus or minus 4.9%, 95% of the time.



The results were weighted from the census data to reflect the age and sex of the respondents.



5015 ELECTORS ARE EXPRESSED

(Mélyssa Gagnon)

In the 2015 general election, 7576 voters voted in advance.

Thirteen polling stations were put at the disposal of the population who wished to speak before the polls were held on June 18. Mélyssa Gagnon


https://www.lequotidien.com/actualites/richard-martel-en-avance-ce688bde99e55965d2dd7e95cd9bf006
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

(trudeau is also planning a late visit to the riding , his second which is unusual )


David Akin 🇨🇦‏Verified account @davidakin · 48m48 minutes ago


On Thursday, @justinTrudeau will campaign in the riding of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord. This is his 2nd campaign day there. (unusual) And comes as new poll shows #CPC candidate well ahead in riding #LPC won in #elxn42.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

( also been fairly strong turnout at the advance polls with 5000 people having already voted )

News Releases and Media Advisories

Preliminary turnout figures of advance polls in
federal by-election now available

Gatineau, Tuesday, June 12, 2018

•Preliminary figures indicate that 5,015 electors voted at the advance polls in the by-election of Chicoutimi–Le Fjord (Quebec).
•As these figures are preliminary, they may differ from the official turnout results.
•The table below shows the number of electors who voted at advance polls in the current by-election and those who did so in the 42nd general election in 2015.


Electoral District

Preliminary Number of Voters at Advance Polls in Current By-election

Official Number of Voters at Advance Polls in 42nd General Election

Chicoutimi–Le Fjord 5,015 7,576


Elections Canada is an independent, non-partisan agency that reports directly to Parliament.

Information:
Elections Canada Media Relations
1-877-877-9515
elections.ca

http://www.elections.ca/conten.....amp;lang=e
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iPolitics AM: All three major federal party leaders hit the by-election hustings in Chicoutimi—Le Fjord

By Kady O'Malley. Published on Jun 14, 2018 5:45am



With just four days to go until the polls open for what has turned into a fiercely competitive by-election, Chicoutimi—Le Fjord is set to take a turn as the centre of the Canadian federal political universe today as the leaders of all three major parties descend on the hustings for a final flurry of campaigning.

According to the schedule provided by the Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau — whose official prime ministerial itinerary has blocked off the day for “private meetings” — will start the day by joining his party’s banner-carrier, Lina Boivin, on a mid-morning visit to Industries Dodec before making their way to La Baie, where they’ll meet up with Sophie Gregoire Trudeau at the starting line of the annual Grand defi Pierre Lavoie, a three-day 1,000 km cycling marathon.

Also expected to be in attendance at the noon-hour launch: Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, New Democrat Leader Jagmeet Singh and Bloc Quebecois interim parliamentary leader Mario Beaulieu who will also be joining their parties’ respective candidates — Richard Martel, Eric Dubois and Catherine Bouchard-Tremblay — on the campaign trail throughout the day.

The riding has been vacant since rookie Liberal MP Denis Lemieux stepped down last year, and the latest local polls suggest the Conservatives have a comfortable lead over the Liberals, with the Bloc Quebecois and the New Democrats far behind.

Given the notoriously low turnout rate for mid-term votes, however, all four parties will be making every effort to motivate their supporters to hit the ballot box on Monday.

https://ipolitics.ca/2018/06/14/ipolitics-am-all-three-major-federal-party-leaders-hit-the-by-election-hustings-in-chicoutimi-le-fjord/
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If Richard Martel wins next week and does so in a fairly convincing fashion (Greater Than 5%) it will lend a lot of credibility to the polling showing that the CPC is becoming the alternative to the Liberals in Quebec (Likely Rural Quebec and Quebec City only but still) and the CPC in second even if a distance second is strong progress in the Province.

It will also provide some clarity into if the Bernier situation will play a factor for the CPC in Quebec.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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If Richard Martel wins next week and does so in a fairly convincing fashion (Greater Than 5%) it will lend a lot of credibility to the polling showing that the CPC is becoming the alternative to the Liberals in Quebec (Likely Rural Quebec and Quebec City only but still) and the CPC in second even if a distance second is strong progress in the Province.

It will also provide some clarity into if the Bernier situation will play a factor for the CPC in Quebec.



its tough to say what will happen there on Monday , the poll is promising but I don't really have a good feel for what is going on in the riding


the fact trudeau is visiting the riding so late , would lead some to speculate the liberals weren't doing as well as in 2015


the cpc will surely come in 2nd no matter what , as ndp and bloc aren't in a good position to do as well as past years
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Trudeau, Scheer on campaign trail ahead of Quebec byelection

By The Canadian Press. Published on Jun 14, 2018 6:40pm


Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer was campaigning in Quebec on Thursday. iPolitics/Matthew Usherwood



SAGUENAY, Que. — Federal leaders converged on Quebec’s Saguenay region Thursday, hoping to sway voters four days before a byelection in the area.

“What I’m seeing is people coming together,” said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he campaigned with Liberal candidate Lina Boivin. “There is a sense of unity across Quebec and across the country.”

In a region that depends heavily on the aluminum industry, Trudeau stressed the importance of having an MP in the government ranks during a period of trade uncertainty between Canada and the United States.

Farmers in the region about 200 kilometres north of Quebec City are also worried about possible concessions that would undermine their cherished supply management system.

Monday’s byelection in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord riding is being held because of the decision by Liberal MP Denis Lemieux to step down for family reasons.

Also campaigning Thursday was Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, who focused on the Liberals’ track record on the legalization of marijuana as well as their management of border issues.

“There is a feeling everywhere in Quebec that the Liberal government has not delivered on its promises,” Scheer said.

An opinion poll suggests Conservative candidate Richard Martel, who coached the Chicoutimi Sagueneens of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for 10 years, has a substantial lead over Boivin.

“Our Quebec caucus has done a lot of work to connect with Quebecers,” Scheer said.

“We’re in the third period. There are a few minutes left and we’re working very hard right up until the end.”

Bloc Quebecois interim leader Mario Beaulieu was also in the riding Thursday and expressed cautious optimism after the recent turmoil within the party over Martine Ouellet’s former leadership.

“We have a reunified Bloc in the riding and we’ll be very efficient in the rest of the campaign,” Beaulieu said.


https://ipolitics.ca/2018/06/14/trudeau-scheer-on-campaign-trail-ahead-of-quebec-byelection/
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Chicoutimi-Le Fjord: Last day of campaigning in federal byelection


Monday's vote in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord is being held because of the decision by Liberal MP Denis Lemieux to step down for family reasons.

Presse Canadienne
Updated: June 17, 2018


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, shakes hand with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer at the start of the Defi Pierre Lavoie, a 1000km bicycle trek, Thursday, June 14, 2018 in Saguenay Que.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot ORG XMIT: JQB106 Jacques Boissinot / THE CANADIAN PRESS


Sunday’s the last day of campaigning in the federal byelection in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord before Monday’s vote.

The seat was left empty by the resignation of Liberal MP Denis Lemieux.

An opinion poll last week put Conservative candidate Richard Martel, former coach of the Chicoutimi Saguenéens junior hockey team, in the lead, with more than 36 per cent of voting intentions. Liberal Lina Boivin was in second place with 20 per cent support.

Catherine Bouchard Tremblay of the Bloc Québécois would get nearly nine per cent of the vote, while NDP candidate Éric Dubois would get six per cent and Lynda Youde of the Green Party would get three per cent, according to the poll.

Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh all visited the region on Thursday to campaign with their respective candidates.


http://montrealgazette.com/new.....f-campaign
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( the polls are just opening up in the by election , results will be available later tonight )


Voting day in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord

Posted today at 6:08 am




The images of the five candidatesThe top five candidates for the by-election in Chicoutimi - Le Fjord on June 18th. Photo: Radio - Canada



The electors of Chicoutimi - Le Fjord are called to the polls today to elect their new representative in Ottawa.



A text by Vicky Boutin

In total, 66,152 electors are registered in the electoral district. Polling stations will be open from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm Monday.

This by-election is necessary because of the resignation of Liberal MP Denis Lemieux . He left his post on 1 st December 2017. The district is left without MP since.

Six candidates are officially fighting to succeed him:

•Lina Boivin, Liberal Party
•Richard Martel, Conservative Party
•Catherine Bouchard - Tremblay, Bloc Québécois
•Éric Dubois, New Democratic Party
•Lynda Youde, Green Party
•John Turmel, independent

Radio - Canada teams will follow the counting of the votes and announce the results at the end of the evening on the website.

https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1107656/scrutin-election-partielle-chicoutimi-saguenay
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