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Sovereigntist Party: Stories Park and Disability I

sovereigntist party: But she also wants electors to look past her disability, according to Vancouver Courier. I want people to see beyond that and what I can give to them - all the experience I've had in my life, I want to share with them, she said in an interview. The left-leaning sovereigntist party touts St-Laurent, 23, as the first visually impaired candidate to seek office in Quebec provincial politics.article continues below Trending Stories Park yourself here Vancouver School District releases staff earnings report Doctors prescribed addiction training With Greyhound about to quit B.C., Lillooet calls for return of passenger train service St-Laurent is proud to be running, regardless of whether she is the first, and comfortable with the idea she could inspire others. The political novice decided last winter to seek election in the Oct. 1 provincewide vote after consulting friends and family. That's when a newlywed St-Laurent lost her vision after several surgeries for detached retinas. Just four years ago, running in politics would have been an afterthought for the native of Granby, Que. ( As reported in the news.