Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard calls four byelections for Dec.5

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QUEBEC - Voters in four Quebec ridings will head to the polls in provincial byelections in early December. Premier Philippe Couillard made the announcement in Quebec City today. The ridings are Arthabaska, Saint-Jerome, Verdun and Marie-Victorin. The byelections on Dec. 5 will be the first
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