MONTREAL, Sept. 18 /CNW Telbec/ - The Liberal Party of Canada (Quebec) will hold its next general assembly on Sunday, October 4th, in Quebec City, Mrs Alexandra Mendes, MP for Brossard, and Me Jean Beaupré, from Quebec City - the events' co-presidents announced.
"This general assembly will be the occasion for grassroots LPC(Q) members to update their policy orientations, which are destined to inform the upcoming Liberal platform for Quebec. It will also be the occasion for party members to update party statutes, in the wake of the Liberal Party of Canada's national convention in Vancouver last spring and, finally, to elect a renewed party executive", the co-presidents declared.
For Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff's quebec Lieutenant, the Honourable Denis Coderre, the general assembly illustrates the interest of Liberals for the dynamic spirit animating the Quebec City region. "A year after the great success that crowned the 400th celebrations, the quebec City region has managed to retain the same level of excitement these celebrations have created. Holding our general assembly in Quebec City will allow Liberals from all over Quebec to soak in the positive attitude that permeates the people of the region. It will also be an occasion to invite the people of Quebec City to share that dynamic attitude with the rest of the country by supporting the solid Liberal team under Michael Ignatieff," Mr Coderre said.
SOURCE Liberal Party of Canada (Québec)
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