East Ontario MPP Amanda Simard leaves the Initial Conservative Party to sit independently.
Glengarry-Prescott-Russell representative, which comprises the eastern edge of Ottawa and communities to the east of the city, gave no reason in the Wednesday letter to the speaker's office.
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He refused comments to Radio-Canada on Wednesday after the news broke.
However, she has been opposed to her party's francophone policies over the last week and has campaigned for her future with the computers.
Those policies include the movement that has long been canceled to break the commissioner of the French language services of the province.
The computers are moving on with cancellation of funding for a new French university.
Simard was elected for his first season at Queen's Park in June this year to represent the riding with many frames.
The latest census stated that 66 per cent of a riding population could hold a conversation in both official languages.
She was the first non-Liberal MPP for the riding, created in 1999.