3 Christmas cards of mp with a (possible) subliminal message…

News 15 December, 2017
  • The prime minister Philippe Couillard, the leader of the Parti québécois, Jean-François Lisée and the member for Jean-Lesage André Drolet.

    Marie-Renée Grondin

    Friday, December 15, 2017 13:08

    Friday, December 15, 2017 13:08

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    The Holidays rhyme with the sending (and reception) of greeting cards. Those sent by some deputies have particularly caught our attention this year… Here’s why:

    André Drolet

    In his card of wishes of the holiday season, the member for Jean-Lesage, André Drolet, proudly poses in front of the Place Jean-Béliveau.

    Is this a nod to her incorrect statement of 2014, which had given birth to the famous hashtag #AndreDroletFact that has made him famous on the canvas or is it a mere coincidence?

    Anyway, it is rather hilarious to see the mp to pose in front of the public square named in honor of the hockey player that he claimed to have seen him play with the Aces of Quebec, while he was not even born!


    Jean-François Lisée

    The leader of the Parti québécois, Jean-François Lisée, has sent a Christmas card for the less colourful this year…

    It showcases the work of his cousin Jacques Lisée, entitled “The slip”…

    “Is this a proof that polls do not make him fear?”, asked by the moderator of RDI economy Gérald Fillion on Twitter, challenging the leader of the PQ, which, according to the most recent coup probe, has dropped in the voting intentions of Quebecers.

    All politicians love to send Christmas cards to the journalists. Is this a proof that polls do not make him fear?It is still the case that @JFLisee has chosen this year a work of his cousin Jacques Lisée, titled… “The slip” #joyeusesfêtes pic.twitter.com/JAgLzIy0zA

    — Gérald Fillion (@geraldfillion) December 14, 2017

    The latter countered with the work that he has already chosen for next year…

    Dear @geraldfillion, is that I’ve already chosen my card next year: the ski slope! Merry Christmas 🎄! pic.twitter.com/Xerk1ODy5H

    — Jean-François Lisée (@JFLisee) December 14, 2017


    Philippe Couillard

    While he is often nicknamed “the polar bear” by some presenters of radio in Quebec city, premier Philippe Couillard has sent in this card this year!


    You couldn’t invent it!