Unpacking the News

2018 QC Election: Provincial NDP return after 24-year hiatus

The Quebec NDP are back and contesting their first election since 1994. But what kind of challenges are the party and its candidates facing as the province heads to the polls on October 1st?

In this conversation host Andre Goulet speaks with Apostolia Petropoulos, the NPDQ candidate for the ethnically diverse riding of Laurier-Dorion, about the triumphs and travails of life on the campaign trail in Montreal's Parc-Extension and Villeray neighbourhoods. Plus: a brief history of nearly 80-years of the NDP in Quebec.

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For more information on the NPDQ or to see the party platform go to http://en.lenpdq.org/

This conversation was recorded on September 17th, 2018.

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