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Jean Charest has resigned from politics even though his party held on strongly enough Tuesday to become the official opposition. QMI looks back at his trajectory though federal and provincial politics.
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Two years in private business and then he comes back to take the reins of the federal Liberals.
CBC read out someone’s twitter or sms suggesting much the same. Charest is only 54 – he could be back. But would the party consider choosing such an old war horse over Justin T.?
Now might be the smarter time to bow out, but I think JC has a best idea of what the the Charbonneau Commission will reveal about him soon. I really hope Justin T. doesn’t get involved with this party.
Justin T. was accompanying Gerry Sklavounos last night as Sklavounos visited the election poll where I was working. There’s a short list of people who can enter an open poll – voters, election workers and candidates, basically. Justin just waited inside the door while Sklavounos came in and shook hands with people, but everyone noticed he was there.
My guess was that if Sklavounos had lost his seat, he might’ve gravitated toward the federal Libs, but in the event he held onto Laurier-Dorion despite respectable challenges from both the PQ and QS.
Trudeau was at my polling station when I went to vote. I told him that I missed his moustache.
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