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Legault in Favour of Conservative Minority, Wary of Liberals, NDP and Greens

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In the wake of the Sept. 8 French-language debate, Quebec Premier Francois Legault said he is in favour of a Conservative minority government, while being critical of the Liberals, NDP, and Green Party. Legault praised Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, particularly on his promise to increase health transfers to Quebec without conditions. “The Conservative Party has been clear: they want to increase health transfers with no conditions, they want to transfer immigration powers, and Mr. O’Toole has committed to not funding opposition to Bill 21,” he said during a press conference on Sept. 9. “For the Quebec nation, Mr. O’Toole’s approach is a good one.” However, Legault said he is concerned the Conservative leader would scrap the $6 billion in child-care funding the federal Liberals promised to Quebec. The Conservatives’ full policy platform, released on Sept. 6, says a Conservative government would cancel the Liberals’ nationwide $30-billion child-care program and replace …

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