QUEBEC — Wearing his hat as premier, François Legault will update Quebecers on post-tropical storm Fiona before resuming his election campaign later Saturday.
The media following the Coalition Avenir Québec campaign were advised Saturday that Legault, in his capacity as premier, would hold a news conference at the government’s emergency operations centre in Ste-Foy.
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After that, Legault will resume his election campaign, stopping for a meeting with Quebec City Mayor Bruno Marchand before heading to Montreal.
There had been plans for a mass rally of CAQ supporters in Terrebonne, but it had been cancelled.
Legault suspended his campaign Friday evening, saying he wanted to focus on the government’s response to Fiona, which rolled into Eastern Canada Friday evening, hitting a few areas of Quebec including les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, the North Shore and Gaspé.
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