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St-Pierre: Unemployment Rate and Monday Night

st-pierre: St-Pierre served as minister of international relations and la francophone in Philippe Couillard's cabinet, according to National Observer. I can say after four years, we leave the books with balanced budgets, an unemployment rate which is very low, and also we are proud of what we have done, the economy of Quebec is booming, so ... the house is clean, and I congratulate all the candidates who are here tonight. Despite being re-elected in her Acadie riding Monday night, cabinet minister Christine St-Pierre said she was very disappointed, but the Liberals would now take on the role of holding the new Coalition Avenir Qu bec government accountable. ; We will continue because we have a very good party, the Liberal Party of Quebec is a party with roots, with history, she said. She added the CAQ could expect a strong opposition from the Liberals, and an eye on whether the new government kept its campaign promises. Photo by Jose Desmarais Time for change Couillard conceded the Liberals' loss about an hour after polls closed Monday night, from his home town of Saint-F licien, north of Quebec City. Liberal MNA and former cabinet minister Christine St-Pierre watches Quebec election results in Montreal on Oct. 1, 2018. ( As reported in the news.