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No consent from the CAQ to debate a PQ motion on the Port of Saguenay

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The Marcel-Dionne quay will be expanded thanks to an investment of $92 million.

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The Parti Québécois (PQ) tabled a motion in the National Assembly on Thursday morning so that the government commits to carrying out, by the end of this mandate, a major project at the Port of Saguenay which would contribute to decarbonization of the economy.

The motion was rejected by the government, which refused to debate its content.

The member for Matane-Matapédia, Pascal Bérubé, indicated on his X account that this motion was tabled in order to respond to the recent cry from the heart of the CAQ member for Dubuc, François Tremblay. sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV”>François Tremblay then affirmed that his government had the obligation to deliver a major project at the port after two mandates.

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PQ player Pascal Bérubé

On Economy, Innovation and Energy, Pierre Fitzgibbon, mentioned that he proposed to the PQ to adjust the motion, but that he was refused.

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