The leader of the Bloc Québécois wants to develop a plan to end the crisis of the COVID-19.
Yves-François Blanchet spends two days in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean. He began his visit Wednesday by visiting the historic village of Val-Jalbert, Wednesday morning.
He had not chosen the decor of a fall to support his message on what’s happening in Ottawa with the charity WE Charity.
“I do not wish the fall of the government, but out of the crisis of the COVID. If the prime minister and the minister Bill Morneau are unable to, it will be necessary to consider the replacement of willingly or by force,” said the head bloquiste.
Mr. Blanchet had chosen Val-Jalbert because it is a good example, according to him, to illustrate the need to prepare the exit from the crisis. The site is seasonal does not in assistance programs.
“Val-Jalbert is iconic. The site does not have access to the wage subsidy. It does not have access to fixed charges for the rent.”
By visiting the regions, the chief bloquiste wants ideas to develop its plan.
“Go and get the concerns in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and elsewhere for the exit from the crisis of the COVID, the second wave, to revive the economy.”.
He took also to the liberals on delivery canadian emergency (PKU). “When employers are saying, I’ll come back when there will be more of ECPS, we have a problem. It was necessary that this program provides for the return to work. It has not been done.”
It has also support seasonal businesses.
“They need a suitable program. This is not because most of the economy is out that it is necessary to leave on the bench of other sectors.”
During his visit to Lac-Saint-Jean, Yves-François Blanchet has also met with young farmers to discuss with them their concerns.