Bloc Quebecois

Yves-François Blanchet

About Yves-François

54 years old

Hometown: Drummondville, Québec


Economy

The Bloc Quebecois will advocate for high speed internet across all regions in Quebec and make it a right for all citizens.[1]

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Environment

Ottawa should reconsider its decision to re-invest in fossil fuels and instead put in place a program to transport electricity between provinces.[1]

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Energy Policy

No official stance has been taken on this topic.

Healthcare

Québec has asked to Ottawa to increase health transfers by 6% per year up to 25% of Québec's total cost. Without the increase, there will be losses of $14 billion in the next decade and would lead to cuts in health services.[1]

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Pharmacare

If Ottawa finances a pharmacare model similar to the one already put in place by Quebec, the Bloc Québécois will expect full compensation for Québec, which has been at the forefront of what is done in Canada so far.[10]

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International Relations

The Bloc will diplomacy during international parliamentary missions to promote Québec, its sovereignty project, and to develop a network of sympathizers to Québec’s cause.[6]

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Education and Training

A Bloc Quebecois government will demand that federal investments in job training programs must be invested in programs already in place in Quebec.[9]

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Immigration

The Bloc Québécois has asked for $300 million in reimbursement for the fees incurred by housing, healthcare and education of asylum seekers, despite it being a federal responsibility.[11]

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Housing

No official stance has been taken on this topic.

Transit

No official stance has been taken on this topic.

Childcare

The Bloc will demand $190 million for Quebec taxpayers as a reimbursement for daycare fees.[6]

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Indigenous Self-Determination

The Bloc proposes to work to develop administrative autonomy in education, justice, and culture of First Nations communities based on the example of la Paix des braves.[6]

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Justice

Private donations should be capped at $500 to all political parties and public funding should be dependent on the number of votes each party receives.[14]

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