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Party Quebecois |  Actor Pierre-Luc Brillant will be the candidate in Rosemond

Party Quebecois | Actor Pierre-Luc Brillant will be the candidate in Rosemond

(Quebec) actor and musician Pierre-Luc Brillant will be the candidate for the party Quebecois (PQ) in Rosemond, Montreal in the October 3 election, the Canadian Press reported.

Released at 10:07 p.m.

Patrice Bergeron
Canadian Press

He will face Vincent Maricel, an outgoing member of Quebec Solitaire.

In the 2018 general election, PQ leader Jean-François Lisée was defeated by Mr. Until Marissal’s dismissal, Rosemond had long been a stronghold of PQ.

Born in 1978, Pierre-Luc Brillant began his screen career at an early age. He has acted in many films including Billing, joint venture and company, Crazy, Disappearance of firefliesAnd No chicken in my cabinThe film is now out.

He has also acted in many roles on the iconic screen Project b, Our summer, Breakway, A hard time, District 31Etc.

Actress Isabel Place’s wife Mr.

Mr. If Brilliant is selected, he will not be the first actor to sit for PQ. Pierre Curzi was a PQ member of Borduas from 2007 to 2011, before becoming an independent. Additionally, in 2014, actress and director Lorraine Bindle wore PQ colors in Verdun, but was not selected.

With the announcement of this new candidacy, the PQ ends a week of turmoil, which also marks the end of parliamentary work in the National Assembly.

On Tuesday, François Legault presented his candidacy in Lévis, with Bernard Trainville, the former PQ minister who has now been transferred to the coalition Avenir Quebec, reviving questions about the future of PQ.

PQ Caucus veterans end their political careers. MPs Sylvain Gaudreult, Jonquière, Véronique Hivon, Joliette, and Lorraine Richard, Duplessis, have announced they will not run again.

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The current team of Pascal Bérubé, Matane-Matapedia, Joel Arseneau, Îles-de-la-Madeleine, and Meganne Perry-Mélançon, Gaspé have only announced that they will vote in the October 3 referendum. Martin Ouellet, of René-Lévesque, will announce his decision very soon.

In 2018, Mr. Mariselle Rosemond was elected with 35% of the vote, 2,500 votes ahead of Jean-François Lisée with 28% of the vote.