Marois tries to reassure anglos
Parti Quebecois Leader Pauline Marois is trying to reassure members of the province's anglophone community on edge
about the possibility of a PQ government.
Marois was confronted at a campaign stop outside Montreal today by an English school board member worried about a plan to put limits on who can attend English junior college.
Marois, who is leading in the polls ahead of Tuesday's election, told the man they would find a way to work out the problem.
She later told reporters she wouldn't abandon Quebec anglophones, without going into specifics.
But some remain concerned and an English-language rights group is holding a protest in Montreal today against the PQ.
The group is opposed to the party's plan to strengthen Bill 101.
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