The leader of the Liberal Party, Dominique Anglade, finds the use of the cooperative model relevant to overcome transport problems in the Gaspé.
The latest bus service cuts in the region combined with Air Canada’s abandonment of air service to Gaspé raise several questions about the business model that should be developed in order to ensure the sustainability of passenger transport in Gaspé. .
In both cases, cooperative projects could emerge to replace the private sector. The Leader of the Liberal Party, Dominique Anglade, says it is a good idea and points out that this model has been proven in the past.
Dominique Anglade explains that the cooperative system has several advantages, such as the development of a feeling of belonging of the population towards the projects implemented. According to the head of the PLQ, governments must look at this alternative to the private system.
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