Political merger means end of an era for early ADQ members
Come January, if a majority of the ADQ's 13,000 members agree, the party that formed the Official Opposition just four years ago will cease to exist.
In its place -- la Coalition Avenir Québec.
Leaders of the two parties formally announced their willingness to merge yesterday, after a vote of the ADQ executive bureau.
Susan speaks with Marie Grégoire, a former ADQ MNA and current political analyst for RDI's "Club des Ex" about what the merger means for the ADQ.