Premier Jean Charest has spent the final weekend on the hustings repeatedly warning of economic turmoil if voters elect the sovereigntist Parti Quebecois.
Charest took a political slapshot on Sunday while campaigning in the province's capital region.
He warned a PQ government could jeopardize the chances of NHL hockey returning to Quebec City.
Charest suggested the league would be less likely to favour putting a team in Quebec City because of the economic instability a PQ government would bring.
Recent polls have given the PQ the nod in they suggest is a tight three-way race with Charest's Liberal party and the upstart Coalition for Quebec's Future.
The fledgling party's leader Francois Legault has also spent the weekend talking about economic uncertainty under a PQ government determined to hold a sovereignty referendum.
PQ leader Pauline Marois has spent her last weekend of the campaign pleading for voters to give her a majority mandate.
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