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CAQ Selects Ubisoft Executive Haytayan to Run at Laval-des-Rapides

Céline Haytayan defends Bill 96 and says the mystery needs to be solved.

Céline Haytayan is the Coalition Avenir Québec candidate in Laval-des-Rapides in the 2022 general election.
Celine Haytyan is Laval des Rapides Coalition Avenir Quebec are the candidates for the 2022 general election. Photo by Coalition Avenir Québec

Coalition Avenir Québec is a trilingual economic development professional. betting on the support of Capture Laval de Lapides for the first time.

CAQ leader and incumbent Prime Minister François Legault announced Celine Haitayan Tuesday morning in the constituency bordering Highways 15, 19, 440 and Prairie. was introduced as a candidate for the party. river. Haytayan most recently served as Director of International Corporate Affairs atUbisoft.Ubisoftis a French video game maker that operates a major studio in Montreal.

After studying law and business at university, Haytayan worked in the city of Montreal for seven years, and for Montreal International, a regional investment promotion agency, for 14 years. She speaks French, English and Armenian.

"Celine is an important part of our economic team," Legault said at a press conference in Laval. "She's spent most of her life in economic development. Everyone who knows me knows that it's my obsession, so I know that there are people who know economic development very well."

In a brief speech, Haytayan addressed housing shortages,, inflation, and the critical problem of public transport. I mentioned it. If elected, she promised to work with Laval Mayor Stéphane Boyer to attract new companies in areas such as life sciences, clean technology and the digital economy.

Personal story , Haytayan said she decided to run after battling breast cancer last year.

"Going through something like this makes you question a lot of things, including what it means to give her life," she said. "There is a 'before' and a 'after' in overcoming these challenges. I wanted to serve my community."

Haytayan defended Bill 96However, this was CAQ's recent revision of the French Charter, but the government acknowledged the need to better explain the law to entrepreneurs and other stakeholders.

"French is very important," she said. "I think it's important to protect, protect and promote it. I think knowing French, speaking French and using French for English and allophones is a plus for everyone."

This spring, as several business groups warned that Bill 96 would lead to higher costs and that the government might be overreaching, ``we will figure it out. , make exceptions, put people at ease, and do business,” Haytayan said.

Liberal incumbent Saorpolo seeks her third commission at La Val de Lapides. In the last 12 elections, the Liberals have won her constituencies seven times and the Quebec Party her five.

Tuesday was a busy day with candidate announcements across the state. Quebec's Canadian Party introduced her three candidates for the Montreal-area equestrian. D'Arcy-McGee's Information Technology Manager and Computer Specialist is Marc Perez. Robert Baldwin's high school teacher Jonathan Gray.

According to an online Léger poll conducted by Le Journal de Montréal CAQ would have received 44% of her vote had the election been held last month . This compares with 18 percent support for the Liberal Party, 15 percent support for Quebec He Solidaire, 13 percent support for the Conservative Party of Quebec, and 10 percent support for the Quebec Party.

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