The premier-elect, Philippe Couillard, says his government's first actions will be focused on the economy.
But he has other items on his to-do list. He's pledging to re-introduce the bill that will legalize medically assisted death.
He also plans to create a new bill to deal with religious accommodation and fundamentalism, that he says will be based on consensus.
"It's unfortunate that we could not do this in the fall. Every body agrees that faces should be uncovered and accommodations should be better defined," says Couillard.
The Liberal leader says he will also ask the auditor general to review the state of Quebec's balance sheets.