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Montreal Gazette: Legault and Caq

montreal gazette: One thing I will never accept is the dirty little politics of Philippe Couillard, said Legault, according to CTV. The sniping started when Finance Minister Carlos Leitao said the CAQ promoted ethnic-based nationalism, which Legault's party said was a veiled accusation of racism. With the Coalition Avenir Quebec leading in most polls, the Liberals took close aim at CAQ leader Francois Legault, leading to Legault accusing them of mudslinging. The people are used to Liberal lies, but now all those lies are against our party, said Legault. This week, CAQ MNA Nathalie Roy wrote an op-ed piece for The Montreal Gazette, arguing the CAQ is not anti-immigrant. So, we're going to be there just to put the record straight. ( As reported in the news.