NDP PLEDGES MORE MONEY TO PREVENT DISASTROUS EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Leader Jagmeet Singh says the idea is to help people — like those in west Quebec who recently faced severe flooding — avoid disasters and be able to stay in their current homes

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Quebec: Quebec ) is a province in east-central Canada. It is the only Canadian province that has a predominantly French-speaking population, and the only to have French as its sole provincial official language.