Parti Québécois members will meet on Saturday to dissect a landslide defeat in the October elections.
Former leader Jean-Francois Lisée is one of those who is expected to attend a closed meeting riding a party president and executive member in Montreal.
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Parti Québécois only collected 17 percent of the popular votes and lost the party's official status after winning only 10 seats.
Lisée lost her own seat in the Montreal area of Rosemont, riding a candidate from the leftist left-wing party, Québec solidaire.
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Interim party leader Pascal Bérubé and party president will deliver a speech at today's meeting.