A graduate of Université de Montréal, Jean-Félix Racicot has been practicing law on the Montreal’s South Shore since 1996, and has lived there since 2008.
Interested in politics from an early age, in the 2006 federal election he ran as a candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada in the riding of Verchères-Les Patriotes. A man of action, he wishes to put forward conservative solutions and to rekindle the public debate in the Borduas riding. According to Racicot, there has been “a serious shift in constitutional principles.”
“The common good in our Western societies used to mean the defense of individual freedoms, hard-won and well-protected. Now all we hear about are collective rights. It is high time to give Quebecers back the freedom to make their own choices according to their own desires and convictions, and to undertake their own projects outside the one-size-fits-all solutions of an ever larger and more paternalistic state. We are currently witnessing a serious shift in constitutional principles in Quebec.”
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