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Caught on camera: QS candidate apologizes after video shows her removing PQ flyer from mailbox

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Video shows QS candidate Marie-�ve Rancourt removing a rival's flyer from a homeowner's mailbox while campaigning. The video was taken from the man's surveillance cameras from his home in the Camille-Laurin riding. The man who posted the videos said he was shocked by what he saw on the video. He said he believes the QS co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois should hold his candidate to account.
2 months ago

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Caught on camera: QS candidate apologizes after video shows her removing PQ flyer from mailbox

A candidate for Quebec solidaire (QS) apologized Monday after videos surfaced online showing her removing a rival's flyer from a homeowner's mailbox while campaigning.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Québec solidaire candidate pulls out of race after being caught swiping PQ flyer from mailbox

The deadline to remove names from the ballot has already passed.

2 months ago·Montreal, Canada
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A QS candidate filmed removing a PQ flyer from a letter box

2 months ago·Quebec City, Canada
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A QS candidate apologizes for replacing a PQ flyer with her own | Élections Québec 2022

Marie-Eve Rancourt ran in Camille-Laurin, where Paul St-Pierre Plamondon was also trying to get elected.

2 months ago·Montreal, Canada
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QS Candidate Apologizes For Replacing PQ Post With Her

Ms Rancourt, a lawyer, was denounced on Facebook by a resident of the ride who filmed the scene using one of the surveillance cameras installed around his home, in the Mercier sector. The start of the Twitter gadget. Skip the widget?The end of the Twitter gadget. Back to top widget?Photos shared on the social network first show a PQ volunteer downloading a Paul St-Pierre Plamondon brochure in the resident’s mailbox.Then we see Miss Rancor depo…

2 months ago
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