Need an expert? Quebec General Election

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Quebec National Assembly
Enrique Hoyos
Quebec’s election campaign begins on Sunday, August 28, before the votes are counted on polling day, Monday, October 3. François Legault, leader of the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) and current premiere of the province, hopes to win a second mandate.

Members of the media may directly contact the following experts:

Full Professor, School of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Professor Lecours can discuss the consequences and impact of the election on relations with the federal government.
 

Full Professor, School of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Professor Turgeon can analyze public opinion in regards to immigration; religious symbols in Quebec and the diverse ethnic cultural communities; Quebec nationalism and Quebec-Canada relations.

 

Associate Professor, School of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Professor Charbonneau's research interests include the French language in Canada and the politics of identity and of bilingualism.

 

Full Professor, Faculty of Law – Civil Law Section

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Professor Pelletier is a former minister of the Government of Quebec who is available to discuss all matters related to the election.

Jarislowsky Chairholder, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Mr. Wernick can comment on the challenges and opportunities between Quebec and the federal government and potential Legault-Ford deal making.
 

Full Professor (retired), Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science

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Professor Castonguay can analyze the different parties language policies and data gleamed from the recent 2021 census (published by Statistics Canada on August 17).