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June 04, 2018

Jean-Denis Girard, Liberal candidate in the riding of Trois-Rivières


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En route to the 2018 general election

Trois-Rivières, May 31, 2018. – Surrounded by many party members and supporters, Jean-Denis Girard was nominated as the official candidate for the Quebec Liberal Party (QLP) in the riding of Trois-Rivières for the 2018 upcoming general election.

I’m proud of my last four years: I put all my energy into the people of Trois-Rivières and we reaped the benefits of that hard work. Trois-Rivières is in a good position when it comes to the economy, culture, education and health. Many projects have been initiated and the work continues.

Jean-Denis Girard, MNA for Trois-Rivières and Liberal candidate in the 2018 general election.

Note that the Liberal government has balanced our public finances to give us the means to invest more in our priorities. Since May 2014, more than 224,800 jobs have been created in Québec; the unemployment rate has been at an all-time low for several months; over 1,000,000 Quebecers now have access to a family doctor; taxes have decreased; and major investments have been made in health and education, in particular.

It is with great enthusiasm that I intend to continue my commitment to the Trois-Rivières population. I gained rewarding experience with many challenges in my first term as a parliamentarian. I want more than ever to devote my passion, energy and knowledge to serving my fellow residents. I’m still driven by the desire to serve the population of Trois-Rivières and I now have new tools to put at its disposal.

Jean-Denis Girard, MNA for Trois-Rivières and Liberal candidate in the 2018 general election.