François Truchon holds degrees in economics from Université Laval, in international management from HEC Montréal, and in health administration from Université de Montréal.
A professor of Business Administration at the Cégep de Lanaudière since 2005, the 53-year-old family man previously worked in the pharmaceutical industry, at the Office of Economic Development of the now defunct Montreal Urban Community and at the Société générale de financement. Health care, the economy and family are his primary concerns.
“I fully support what the CPQ is proposing, which is to give the middle class a financial break, specifically by increasing the basic personal exemption and by exempting used goods from the Quebec Sales Tax. We must also allow more room for competition in Quebec, whether in health care or in education. All taxpayers will benefit from this.”
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