quebec city: Instead of heading to Trois-Rivieres and Quebec City as planned last Monday, he swung well north, shaking hands with supporters in Amos one day and donning safety gear at a construction site in Chibougamau the next, according to National Observer. Legault senses his path to a majority is through dairy-farm and aluminum-smelter country, and this final push to remote ridings reflected a confidence not seen since the early days of the campaign. As the 39-day campaign dragged on, Legault saw his lead evaporate to the point where polls showed the Coalition tied with Philippe Couillard's incumbent Liberals a week out from Monday's election. ; Then something changed. I think the majority will come from the regions, he told reporters earlier in the week. When Mr. And I think the regions, when you look at the results, they didn't have good results from the Liberal government. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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