GATINEAU – Caught on television by a statement by Bernard Drainville about the third link, François Legault attacked Montreal in protest of his tunnel project, which he says “look down” to the people of Quebec and Levis.
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“The people of Montreal should stop degrading Quebec and then the people of Lewis,” said Chief Cacquist, who, like the other chiefs, gave a live interview of about thirty minutes. Sunday evening on Radio-Canada.
Under pressure from the hosts’ questions about his key promise, among other things, François Legault attempted to qualify a controversial statement launched last Friday by his star candidate at Lewis, Bernard Drainville.
“Leave me with GHG,” said the former journalist during a press briefing on the promise of CAQ in health.
“You have to put the statement in context. They were told: “How can you be for the environment and for the third episode?”. This is where Bernard said: “Let me go with GHG”, “Mr. Legault Told.
But really, before Mr Drainville intervened, the question he was asked that day was whether the party in power intended to clarify his project with new information by 3 October.
data to be modified
On the subject, François Legault explained on Radio-Canada’s airwaves, that because of the new reality of teleworking, one of the consequences of the pandemic, the data available to the government is “out of date”.
“The numbers need to be updated. We can’t come up with numbers that are no longer good,” said Mr Legault.
But, whatever the study may say, “to me, there is evidence that we need a third link”, he insisted that building two bridges next to each other was a bad idea.
The CAQ leader believes, “There will be less congestion, including on public transport.”
“The question that remains: do we want to defigure le d’Orléans or do we want a tunnel?” Mr Legault summarized it by opposing his project proposed by Eric Duheim’s Conservative Party.
likes the angled tramway
In return, the Liberal leader reiterated that she wanted the Quebec Tramway to cross Levis in the third phase of network development. According to studies, infrastructure can end up in a tunnel or a bridge, said Mr.Me Angled during the cooks’ evening at Radio-Canada.
However, at the end of the segment, the chef confirmed that the study could also confirm the uselessness of the third link to put the tram there.
Nothing can happen as a result of studies? “Depending on the school,” she replied. “But, it can also be a way of making sure that transportation goes to Lewis.”
MMe Engled assured that reducing traffic in Quebec is necessary, but that the plan “would depend on science”.
, Nicolas Lachance, in association with the Parliamentary Office