The outgoing deputy for the Châteauguay riding and Liberal Party candidate Pierre Moreau will be promoting environmental and job creation issues in his bid for a re-election.
That’s what he announced to the media during a press briefing on August 10. His commitments are clear: Mr. Moreau would like to create a green belt from île Saint-Bernard up to the woods of Léry. He’d also like to develop the economy around the new highway 30.
“The completion of highway 30 is not the end of the project, it is the beginning of a new era. I’d like to develop, in collaboration with the region’s economic players, a complete vision of economic development around highway 30”, he explained. More specifically, he intends to implements measures that would promote and attract new companies, as well as to establish a public market in Mercier along this major highway.City by city
Pierre Moreau also drew up a list of commitments that he’d like to accomplish in his next term for each city in his riding. In Châteauguay, the expansion of the park-and-ride facility and the creation of a terminal station are part of his priorities.
Aside from the Mercier public market, Mr. Moreau wishes to improve economic development activities on Saint-Jean-Baptiste Boulevard.
In Saint-Isidore, the LPQ candidate would like to rebuild route 207 and continue the restoration of the church. The church’s roof needs work amounting to over $500,000”, he pointed out.
Finally, Léry will have her own share, as Mr. Moreau plans to implement the second phase of aqueduct and sewer works all along Saint-Louis Street.And health?
Asked if his electoral platform included health issues, Pierre Moreau reiterated that “significant contributions (to health) have already been made.” He was referring, among other things, to the introduction of haemodialysis equipment at Anna-Laberge Hospital, as well as the recent investment in Kateri Memorial Hospital.
“We’re going to continue our work nevertheless by increasing the number of nurses and doctors in the riding and to work directly with the Anna-Laberge Hospital Foundation”, he said in closing.