Quebec Conservative Party Announces Montreal Area Candidates

The Conservatives have already fielded 101 candidates. They plan to present a complete list of 125 candidates in the provincial elections on October 3.


Quebec Conservative Party leader Éric Duhaime announced nine new candidates in the Montreal area on Thursday.

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Patric Viau, who is running for the Conservatives in Châteauguay, is a former estate agent who now works as a mortgage broker. One of the key causes of it is trying to reform the health system.

The conservative candidate in the riding of the South Coast of La Pinière will be Tzarevna Bratkova, who works as a prison officer. She is from Bulgaria, where she worked helping to establish democratic elections after the communist government and she said that she will go into politics because of the undemocratic acts of the Legault government.

Ève Théoret will be the party’s candidate in Vaudreuil. Currently, she works as a manager in the office of prominent attorney Anne-France Goldwater. The economy is her top priority. Yassir Madih, who will ride in the LaFontaine horse riding, has been a lawyer since 2008. He is very concerned about the current situation of young people in Quebec.

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Guy Diotte will race at Vaudreuil-Dorion. He is the president and owner of his own company that imports and distributes motorsports equipment. His priority is to try to create wealth in Quebec society.

Gary Charles, who is applying at Nelligan, is a real estate agent. Charles is very concerned about Bill 96, which he says is “destructive and divisive.” At Pointe-aux-Trembles, Yves Beaulieu runs. He works as a foreman at Acier d’armature Vimada. He is concerned about the deterioration of the health system.

Alex Tembel will be the candidate in Viau. He has a master’s degree from the American Business School in Paris and is a credit file specialist for Equifax. The family, the economy and health are the main issues that concern him.

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Stéphanie Gentile will be the Conservative candidate in Acadie. She has worked as an accountant at Hypertec for the past three years and previously worked at Bell as well as Deloitte. She has also been a figure skating coach for the last 12 years. For her, freedom of choice in all areas is a topic of special interest.

With this announcement, the Conservatives have already fielded 101 candidates. They plan to present a complete list of 125 candidates in the elections on October 3.

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