In her book “Les têtes brûlés”, Catherine Dorion looks back on the many obstacles encountered during her four-year mandate as an MP.
Several pages of the book Les têtes brûlées are devoted to the tense relationship between Catherine Dorion and the co-spokesperson for Québec Solidaire, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois. According to Christine Labrie, the criticisms of the former MP are rather constructive, while the political party is going through a period of reflection for the future.
Catherine's comments are timely for us to integrate all of this for the future.
A quote from Christine Labrie, Member of Parliament for Québec Solidaire
The main lesson she takes away from her reading is to never assume that people are strong enough to face the adversity they go through. To always take the time to take care of them because it's true that together we are stronger.
Book by Catherine Dorion: Christine Labrie says she feels “guilty”
Although the confidences of her former colleague touched her, Christine Labrie emphasizes that the collection did not influence her perception of politics. I know in which ecosystem I have decided to spend my energy for the next few years, she says.
Yes, I know that it x27;is difficult. It will continue to be so. We will work together to change the system, adds the member for Sherbrooke.