Kamouraska-Témiscouata has changed hands. Long a Liberal stronghold, the riding has elected a PQ MNA for the first time in over two decades–thus becoming the latest example of the population’s dissatisfaction with Jean Charest’s governing Liberals. Worse still for the government: unlike Liberal candidate France Dionne, the PQ MNA-elect, André Simard, is a neophyte to provincial politics.
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