In front of the Québec parliament another demonstration took place. This time, several unions expressed their dissatisfaction with the new Bill 59, An Act to modernize the occupational health and safety regime. I went to the scene to discuss with the workers and get their perspective on this bill.
While I was in the crowd, I saw Mr. Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois — one of the two leaders of the Québec Solidaire party, one of the parties in opposition to Premier François Legault's Coalition Avenir Québec.
I took the opportunity to go and ask Mr. Nadeau-Dubois about the issues of mandatory vaccination for health-care workers, but also about the health emergency that has been hampering our democracy for more than 18 months. I finished it off by asking him about internet censorship, and his response was more than surprising.