Couillard refuses to shorten his holidays

Couillard refuses to shorten his holidays

Couillard refuses to shorten his holidays

Couillard refuses Philippe Couillard was in the Gaspé on Sunday when the other premiers set out to meet with the Aboriginal leaders in Edmonton the next day.

A great salmon fan, the Prime Minister stopped at the Jojo restaurant in Amqui on Sunday at noon. “I think he was going fishing, probably at Causapscal,” said a waitress in the small Gaspesian restaurant, Jany-May Charest.

The Prime Minister arrived without warning, accompanied by a friend and his two bodyguards, and ordered a smoked meat. He then agreed to take a picture that the restaurant published on his Facebook page.

The Prime Minister, on Monday, missed the meeting with Aboriginal leaders that traditionally precedes the Council of the Federation. Philippe Couillard was the only absent prime minister, in addition to British Columbia, who just took power.

Philippe Couillard acknowledged Tuesday that his holidays have come into conflict with Monday’s meeting. “Like everyone else, I have access to certain days in the year when I have activities for myself. It is important for my health, in every way, “he said.