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Francophone Voters: Vot ,E and Election Issue

francophone voters: With less than two weeks to go until the Oct. 1 vot,e it has turned into a poisoned apple, according to Toronto Star. Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer addresses his caucus during a meeting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Sept. 19, 2018. Coalition Avenir Qu bec Leader Fran ois Legault thought he was reaching for a low-hanging fruit when he embraced the issue. The failing efforts of the Coalition Avenir Qu bec to make immigration an election issue in Quebec should make Scheer pause, Chantal H bert writes. The latest L ger sounding done between last Thursday's French-language debate and Monday's English-language debate found a six-point drop in the party's lead among the francophone voters who will determine the outcome of the election. Sean Kilpatrick / THE CANADIAN PRESS Since midcampaign, the CAQ has lost a significant amount of support. ( As reported in the news.