The Coalition Avenir Quebec held its first policy convention in Victoriaville Saturday, CBC reports.
CAQ leader François Legault says his party is set for the elections.
The party took up sixty policy resolutions. They include getting rid of school boards, minimizing bureaucracy and allow doctors to bill medicare and the private sector.
Legault says the Liberals and the Parti Quebecois did not make substantial changes because they are afraid of losing power.
He says a...