Oct 20, 2015
By Tim Keele
The far reaching effects of the Federal election this week continue to cause not a few Canadians to think. Among those is Bloc Quebec Leader, Gilles Duceppe who says a decision about his future won’t be made before Thursday.
He’s meeting with his party’s candidates in Montreal to consider a number of issues.
The Bloc won 10 seats in the election, and though that’s six more than it captured in 2011, it wound up with less than 20 percent of the popular vote.
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