East Ontario MPP Amanda Simard leaves a group of progressive conservatives to be independent.
A representative for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, which includes the eastern outskirts of Ottawa and the community east of the city, gave no reason in a Wednesday letter to the speaker's office.
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She refused to comment on Radio Canada on Wednesday morning after the news broke.
However, she was loud against the vote of her French party's party for the last week and openly talked about her future with the PC.
These policies include the abolished departure from the commissioner for the French language services of the province.
Computers move forward with the cancellation of funding for the new French university.
Simard was elected for the first term in Queen's Park in June to represent a ride with many francophones.
The latest census has indicated that 66% of its cavalry population is able to hold an interview in both official languages.
It was the first non-liberal MPP for riding in 1999.