Marois won't share Plan B in case of PQ minority gov't
If Pauline Marois has a plan B in case she'll be leading a minority government after Sept. 4, she's not sharing details.
Saturday's Leger Marketing poll numbers revealed a PQ minority government, giving the party 33 per cent support with the CAQ five points back, Liberals right behind the CAQ.
Speaking Sunday morning in the Liberal-held Montreal riding of Saint-Henri Sainte-Anne, Marois said she's focusing on achieving a PQ majority government, and nothing else.
"It's a hypothetical question, and I'm working towards forming a majority government," the leader explained.
CAQ leader Francois Legault has said he won't work with the Liberals or the PQ in case in case of a minority cabinet.
"Well, he's saying he won't work with us, so any kind of agreement is off to a bad start," chuckled Marois.
The PQ leader made the comments during an annoucement for social spending.
She is promising an extra $35 million over five years for AccèsLogis family housing, as well as extending free legal aid to people with minimum wage. Another promise will regulate work placement agencies in order to better support temporary workers.