Couillard says he wouldn't force constitutional talks

Liberal leader Philippe Couillard said Saturday he would not force constitutional talks.

He made the comment while campaigning in Sept-Isles.

Couillard has said Quebec's distintiveness should be reflected in the constitution.

He also presented portions of his party's Plan Nord development project.

Meantime, the leader of the CAQ admits it's an uphill battle.

Francois Legault reacted following the release of a Leger poll that shows his party with 14 per cent support.

He says he's marcing on.

The poll, conducted for Le Devoir and the Globe and Mail, suggests the Liberals and Parti Quebecois are in a dead heat with 37 per cent support each.

Quebec Solidaire has the backing of 9 per cent of respondents.

Also on day 11 of the election campaign, Quebec Solidaire's Amir Khadir pushing for a regional economic diversification fund.

He made the announcement in Rouyn-Noranda.

 

Photo credit: thegoodneighborhood.com

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