The conservative party of Canada has appointed Bianca Boutin to unseat the liberal member for Quebec, and minister of the Family, Jean-Yves Duclos.
30-year-old, the conservative candidate holds a bachelor’s degree in public communications and a master’s degree in journalism international. A native of Quebec, Boutin lives in the riding of Quebec in the past ten years.
“The riding of Quebec is unique. There has been a lot of extreme. I find it interesting because it is necessary to reconcile all of these realities-there,” she mentioned.
She has been working for several years in the field of communications within the different governments. It has been, inter alia, the press attaché of the former minister of the liberal government of Québec, Lucie Charlebois. She chose the conservative party and the federal government to bring together the policy people, the sound management of public finances and the autonomy of the provinces.
“I wanted to show by being the mother of the family that it is possible to make the policy. I have the taste of interest and bring people closer to politics,” she explained. “I very much believe in the autonomy of the provinces. It is not true that Quebec will be told what to do by Ottawa,” she added.
In 2009, she was deployed for six months in Afghanistan as a civilian employee with the support Agency canadian Forces personnel in support of the military.