Bloc Québécois, Pontiac
What is your full-time job?
I am first and foremost a passionate student of proactive field research. History and ancient studies have allowed me to discover worlds, individuals and better understand our place through the evolution of humanity.
In terms of employment, I am currently taking things as they come, the goal being to acquire new experiences in a variety of fields. Nevertheless, I intend to become a researcher and University professor to share my passions and knowledge with as many people as possible.
What are your passions in work and in life?
I love critical analysis and international relations, especially those of antiquity to which I devote a large part of my reading.
I also campaign for the environment by practising SGGR (Small Gestures Great Results) every day as well as by educating myself and participating in as many panels as possible on the subject.
Did I say that I love the outdoors too? Nature has this infinite capacity to calm the mind and offers moments that key us into the present moment, which is a big reason why fauna and flora play a big role in my political involvement.
I love music. It’s a pure and simple art form. In some notes, we distinguish genres and cultures everywhere. I think you will agree that Quebecois folklore is fantastic!
What would your priorities be in the short and long term if you were elected?
In the short term, it goes without saying that the primary objective is to obtain a maximum amount of funding in order to remedy the many crises in the Outaouais.
As you probably know, the Outaouais is one of the poorest regions in Canada, yet the federalists are so proud to say that we are the region of national capital. I regret to say it but their words aren’t representative of reality. The Outaouais would perform much better if Quebec had the resources necessary for our development. It is not in Ottawa that decisions about us should be made.
In the long term and always in the same dynamic. It goes without saying that I want decisions to be made by tradespeople. It is then necessary to decentralize decision-making to the regions in order to perceive the actual problems they are facing.
In addition, it is imperative to protect the management of the supply, it is the central pivot of our production institutions and must never be a bargaining chip again.
Finally, because of its strategic geographical position, it seems logical to develop an internal tourism focused mainly on the fauna and the flora the region has to offer.
Too much potential has been wasted by years of federal incompetence.