Dominique Anglade’s essential tramway for Quebec | 3rd link

How much would the Liberals’ streetcar cost? In what form would he cross the river? Through a tunnel, a bridge? Dominique Anglade gave neither figures nor details.

To answer these questions, she says she needs to know the results of feasibility studies that have been done by the Quebec government and have never been made public.

The study will allow us to say what would be the best way to move forward with thisshe says.

The candidate for the next elections castigates the leader of the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ).

Studies that belong to all Quebecers

François Legault has been prime minister for four years and we still haven’t had the beginning of a response to the studies that have been done. They are sitting on information that they are not giving to the public. For me, this is unacceptable.

Dominique Anglade recalls that these studies were paid for by all of usthat they belong to all Quebecers. She challenges François Legault to unveil these studies by the first debate of the leaders of the campaign, which will take place on September 15.

Friday, while campaigning in Quebec, the outgoing Prime Minister spoke of his project for a third link between Quebec and Lévis.

While for several years he has been defending the idea of ​​a tunnel to connect the two cities, he suddenly put forward the hypothesis of building a bridge to cross the river.

Last week on the show Five leaders, one electionbroadcast on Radio-Canada, Dominique Anglade affirmed that she could abandon the third link project if studies showed that it was not useful.

His speech has since evolved. He leaves no room for hesitation.

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