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Pierre Karl Peladeau has stepped down as vice-chairman of media giant Quebecor to run for the Parti Quebecois in the province's ...
upcoming election. Premier Pauline Marois praised Peladeau as a sovereigntist and business leader.
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Media baron Pierre Karl Peladeau shook up the Quebec election campaign on Sunday, announcing he's decided to run for the Parti Quebecois.Flanked by PQ Leader Pauline Marois, Peladeau told a news conference he's worked to build up media giant Quebecor over the past 25 years and now wants to devote himself to public service.He said his dream is to help Quebec become a country."Quebec has all the means to succeed. We have financial resources, we have human resources, we have natural resources," Peladeau said in St. Jerome, north of Montreal, where he will run for a seat in the April 7 election."We've got everything (we need) for a country to be alive and kicking."Peladeau rejected suggestions his entry into politics could represent a conflict of interest, given his powerful presence in the province's media landscape.He was, until recently, head of Quebecor Media Inc. (TSX:QBR.B), which controls the tabloid newspaper Journal de Montreal and the French-language TVA television network.The conglomerate also owns the Sun tabloids and the Sun News Network in English Canada.Peladeau said he resigned Sunday morning as vice-chairman of Quebecor, which was founded by his father.While he will retain his ownership stake, Peladeau said his media outlets will be independent in their coverage and he will place his investments in a blind trust.Rumours had been swirling for months that Peladeau would run for the PQ.Last year he stepped down as Quebecor CEO to take a post as chairman of Hydro Quebec, the provincial power utility.