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Are Quebec Liberal strongholds safe?

The Quebec Liberal Party will need to fend off even more competition this Oct. 3 if it wants to hold on to its seats, and it appears some Liberal strongholds are not as safe as they used to be.

Quebec Liberal Party leader Dominique Anglade speaks during a news conference while on an election campaign stop in Montreal, Saturday, October 1, 2022. Quebecers will go to the polls on October 3rd. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

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Are Quebec Liberal strongholds safe?

The Quebec Liberal Party will need to fend off even more competition this Oct. 3 if it wants to hold on to its seats, and it appears some Liberal strongholds are not as safe as they used to be.

Quebec Liberal Party leader Dominique Anglade speaks during a news conference while on an election campaign stop in Montreal, Saturday, October 1, 2022. Quebecers will go to the polls on October 3rd. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

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