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Municipal elections: Noon-hour debate for Quebec City residents

Voters in Quebec City who want to know where the municipal parties stand on the environment are invited to attend a noon-hour debate on Tuesday, October 29 featuring Steeve Verret (Équipe Labeaume) and Johanne Elsener (Démocratie Québec).

Moderator Pénélope Garon of MAtv will engage the debaters on issues facing the National Capital region such as:

  • transportation
  • urban planning
  • watershed management
  • agriculture and natural environments
  • waste

When: Tuesday, October 29, from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Doors open at 11:30.)
Where: Amphithéâtre Hydro-Québec (Pavillon Desjardins, Université Laval)

This is a free event. Everyone is welcome!

Ask your questions on Twitter using the hashtag #debatqc (from home or on-site). People who don't have a Twitter account will have a chance to submit their questions in writing during the event. 

Share the event's Facebook page. (In French only)

This debate is brought to you by:

  • Accès transports viables
  • AmiEs de la Terre de Québec
  • Conseil régional de l'environnement - région de la Capitale nationale
  • Écobâtiment
  • Equiterre
  • Nature Québec
  • Organisme des bassins versants de la Capitale
  • Vivre en Ville

Hope to see you there!