Former Okamayor runs for Tories inArgenteuil-Papineau-Mirabel
You never know...
Although Yvan Patry does not want to
the Bloc québécois has proven itself to be
Conceding that unseating Laframboise
attack directly his Bloc opponent,MPMario
nothingmore than a political machine that
will be a challenge, Patry cites the 1984
defeat of former Cabinet minister Francis
discussing the presence of the BQ on
most of the time, it instigates. It makes me
Former Oka mayor Yvan Patry wants
Fox by Conservative Monique Landry.
think of an athletewho is in the stands and
to run a ground-level campaign as the
“Anything is possible.”
“After 20 years of constant opposition,
never plays,” says Patry.
Conservative hopeful in Argenteuil-
Papineau-Mirabel in the May 2 election.
Candidates’ signs targeted by vandals
observes: “My campaign will be simple
and on the ground. I will not have a large
team around me and I want to meet the
signs be respected. People know that I am a
Julie Bourgeois suspects that there is
people. I ama guy of the people and I want
- Conservative, Liberal, NDP and Green
man of integrity and I do not hesitate to
to put my experience to their service. This
parties - have generously given of their
condemn these irresponsible activities that
time and energy and they have worked
have takenplace. Damaging elections signs is
my other campaigns, the opponents do
very hard to install signs in our
against the law and I fully support the police
what they wish and I am not there to fight
looking into this matter.”
her posters have been the targets of
Former warden of the MRC de Deux
300 in Russell Township have been
Montagnes and former president of the
CLD, Patry recalls that economic
diversification is essential for economic
417 exit. Others have been vandalized on
He lauds investments by the Harper
in Hawkesbury, Rockland, Limoges and
government in the aeronautical industry
S AINT -A NDRÉ - D ’A RGENTEUIL
been destroyed and must be replaced.
repair damage done by the Liberals since
At the same time, MP Pierre Lemieux
charter flight service was ended at the
says his signs have also been targeted.
airport in 2004.
Stephen Matthews, a former municipal councillor from Saint-André-d’Argenteuil,
Patry says he wants to give citizens of
Earlier this week, Bourgeois stated:
represents the Green Party in Argenteuil-Papineau-Mirabel in the May 2 federal
the riding a voice to the citizens of the
“We suspect a political tactic since no
A teacher in Lachute, Matthews is new to the Green Party, but not to politics, since he
Bloc québécois since the 1990s.
Conservative candidate Pierre Lemieux
was a member of the village council in Saint-André-d’Argenteuil from 1994 to 1998. He
In 1993, the Conservatives lost in
had stated earlier that he wished for an
Argenteuil-Papineau, BQ candidate
surprised many when he was elected as an independent candidate in that campaign.
Maurice Dumas was elected with more
that he will ask his followers to refrain
During the federal campaign, “My plan is tomeet a many people as possible. the more
than 47 per cent of ballots cast.
of possible world, it asserts. The difference is in the way to present things. I think that
Patry says he gives electors a chance to
posters until the end of the campaign.”
people are pretty sick of voting. Quite obviously, there is a problem. There are countries
elect a member “who will be on the good
Pierre Lemieux issued the following
where people are fighting for the right to vote... “
side of the chamber. It has to change. In the
statement: “I amextremely disappointed
House of Commons, the goal is to debate,
A hobby farmer, the father of two is concerned about the environment.
not to oppose everything.”
The Greens will not have a campaign office nor will they put up election signs in
In the 2008 elections, the Conservatives
election. Election signs are important
Argenteuil-Papineau-Mirabel. “People should know that our taxes pay for the campaign
got 17.38 per cent of the votes, finishing
because they remind voters of their
signs we see,” he comments.
third behind the Bloc and the Liberals.
options as they head to the polls. Teams
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