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PQ brainstorms for ways to revive sagging fortunes
|Last Edited||Monsieur Aug 20, 2009 07:55pm|
|Author||The Canadian Press |
|News Date||Friday, August 21, 2009 01:55:00 AM UTC0:0|
|Description||TROIS-RIVIERES, Que. -- The Parti Quebecois is brainstorming to find ways to revive its sagging fortunes. |
A two-day caucus meeting in Trois-Rivieres, Que., has been highlighted by chatter about how the sovereigntist party can recapture public support.
Party president Jonathan Valois admits the Pequistes would be in a rough spot if an election were called now.
Leader Pauline Marois says her troops need to get their message out more clearly to the public.
The Pequistes have been in opposition for six years, after three successive election wins by Jean Charest's Liberals.
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