Quebec AM | Jul 23, 2012 | 7:37

Union Citoyenne du Quebec seeks to pick up support among progressive federalists

Quebec's newest political party, the Union Citoyenne du Quebec, says liberal voters seeking an alternative in the next provincial election should vote for them. Maxime Guerin is the coordinator of the Union citoyenne du Quebec.

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