Published On: Fri, Sep 24th, 2021
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Moe Slams ‘Pointless’ Federal Election, While Legault Stresses Interests of Quebecon September 24, 2021 at 5:58 pm

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In the wake of the federal election on Sept. 20, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe lambasted the campaign as “pointless,” while Quebec Premier François Legault, who had criticized the Liberals during the campaign, said he will work with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “to advance the interests of Quebec.” Moe’s criticism came on Sept. 21 after the Liberals won another term as a minority government.  “That was the most pointless election in Canada’s history,” Moe said in a statement posted on Twitter.  “The Prime Minister spent $600 million of taxpayers’ dollars and five weeks further dividing the country to arrive at almost the same result as where we started.”  Moe stressed that the time and money put into the campaign “could have been spent working to address real issues faced by Canadians, including properly funding Canada’s chronically underfunded health system, working with provinces to increase vaccination rates in some of our hardest-to-reach communities, … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

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