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Yves-Francois Blanchet

The Bloc leader defended his unsubstantiated queries as “legitimate questions.”
The Bloc leader and his 31 MPs were already in isolation as a precaution after a staff member tested positive Monday.
He plans to move a motion of non-confidence this fall if his demands aren’t met.
The Bloc leader suggests it’s Freeland’s time to shine.
He invoked the French expression of “tataouinage.”
The motion was passed with the support of Doug Ford's government.
The throne speech is the first confidence vote for the government.
Scheer called Yves-Francois Blanchet’s comments “insulting and completely disingenuous.”
He said legislation to lower taxes for the middle class is job No. 1.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, however, did take questions from the Rebel.