Quebec premier lays out province’s demands for federal leaders facing fall election

SHERBROOKE, Que. — Quebec Premier Francois Legault laid out a shopping list of demands Thursday that he expects party leaders to address as they woo voters in his province during the coming federal election campaign.

“I won’t support any federal party,” Legault said after a private meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the sidelines of a federal cabinet retreat.

“But I will be clear with our demands and I hope that most of these demands will be accepted by as many parties as possible.”

You just know that Justin will give them everything they demand plus a Pepsi and a bag of chips.