Charest Seen at Ti-Oui in Saint Raymond

Charest Seen at Ti-Oui in Saint Raymond

He was expected and on day 13 of the electoral campaign, Jean Charest made his first appearance.

It happened at the Ti-Oui snack-bar in Saint-Raymond, famous for its poutine.

The Quebec Liberal leader shook hands with Ti-Oui’s clients. No incident and no refusal.

He even joined the crew behind the counter to serve the food.

Jean Charest’s wife had a laugh at him because it is actually his first summer job.

Both of them shared a poutine and onion rings with Deputy Michel Matte.

Some Liberals fear that they will lose Portneuf’s support so Mr. Charest gave a speech in front of 200 citizens to criticize the PQ’s program.

This particualr day started with a fight between him and Pauline Marois bickering about healthy life habits.

Pauline Marois wants to take away an adults’s choice to learn the language they want. She thinks high school and college should be taught in French exclusively, except if you are from an English community.

Jean Charest also commented on the tuition fees and student conflict and thinks the government stood up for itself well for itself in this conflict.

Of course he thinks education is highly important, but also that higher prices are necessary.

Voting is important and being able to make up your own opinion is highly important.

Only 23 days left before V-day. Make the best of them.
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