Monday, April 09, 2007

Former Hydro-Québec president running for Harper?

It turns out that the Harper Conservatives are going to be running a host of star candidates in Quebec. One of them could well become the next minister of Natural Resources or otherwise a powerhouse in the next federal government should he, and his party, win.

Former Hydro-Québec president André Caillé is being tapped to run in a south Montreal riding.

Here is an interesting interview with him where he outlines his point of view on a number of different issues related to energy.

I expect it won't take long for this issue to explode on the local talk radio shows to the detriment of Harper's NL candidates. Just when you thought that Premier Williams' ability to influence this federal government couldn't get any lower, it gets worse.

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