In the wake of the September 20 federal elections, Saskatchewan’s Prime Minister Scott Moe accused the campaign of being “meaningless,” and Quebec’s François Legor, who criticized the Liberal Party during the campaign, joined Justin Trudeau. He said he would cooperate. Promote Quebec’s interests. “
Moe’s criticism took place on September 21, after the Liberal Party won another term as a minority government.
“The prime minister spent $ 600 million in taxpayer dollars and spent another five weeks splitting the country to reach almost the same results as we started.”
Moe said the time and money spent on the campaign would “properly fund Canada’s chronically underfunded health care system and work with the state to prevent it in some of the most difficult areas to reach. It may have been spent addressing the real problems facing Canadians, such as increasing vaccination rates. ” It positions the community, and Canada and its states as world economic leaders. “
Legault sent a congratulatory message to Trudeau early in the morning of September 21st.
“Congratulations @ Justin Trudeau For his victory. I will work with him to promote Quebec’s interests, “he said. I have written On Twitter.
However, at the press conference on September 9, Lego Criticized The Liberal Party, the NDP, and the Greens said they were not ready to transfer power to the government over immigrants and did not rule out proceedings against bill 21 banning the wearing of religious symbols by some civil servants. ..
“I think we have to be careful of these three,” he said. “I want to reduce our autonomy. I think it’s dangerous.”
At that time, Lego Good feeling Conservative leader Erin O’Toole, especially about his promise to unconditionally increase health transfers to Quebec.
During ~ Press conference September 21 Given his criticism of the Liberal Party, Lego was asked at the first post-election meeting with Trudeau whether the federal or state government would be “dominant.”
“He knows I want him to respect Quebec’s jurisdiction, so nothing new and never been told,” he replied.
so Facebook post On the same day, Lego emphasized the importance of Quebec’s autonomy. While asking the federal government to increase its share of medical funding.
of marchThe Prime Ministers across Canada will increase federal health transfer from 22% to 35% and add $ 28 billion, including $ 6 billion in Quebec, to the Trudeau government to cover pandemic-related health care costs. I requested.However, the federal budget for April Does not include increased funds..