Laurier (electoral district)


Laurier (electoral district)

Laurier was a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1935 to 1988.

It was created in 1933 from parts of Laurier—Outremont and Saint-Denis ridings.

It was abolished in 1987 when it was redistributed into Laurier—Sainte-Marie, Outremont, Rosemont and Saint-Henri—Westmount ridings.

Laurier riding was re-created in 2003, but was renamed Laurier—Sainte-Marie in 2004.

Members of Parliament

This riding elected the following Members of Parliament:

# Ernest Bertrand, Liberal (1935-1949)
# Eugène Lefrançois, Liberal (1949-1957)
# Lionel Chevrier, Liberal (1957-1964)
# Fernand Leblanc, Liberal (1964-1979)
# David Berger, Liberal (1979-1988)

Election results

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BERTRAND, Ernest ||align=right|12,998
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ROCHON, David ||align=right| 6,454
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LANGLOIS, Omer ||align=right|4,913
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MAYRAND, Georges ||align=right| 3,018

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BERTRAND, Ernest ||align=right|21,069
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LARIVÉE, Donat ||align=right| 4,072

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BERTRAND, Hon. Ernest ||align=right|22,520
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O'LEARY, Émile-Dostaler ||align=right|5,145
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BEAUCHAMP, Jean-J. ||align=right|1,924
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LYMBURNER, Louis-Marcel Jr. ||align=right|1,910

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BERTRAND, Hon. Ernest ||align=right|15,578
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SAURIOL, Jacques ||align=right|2,845
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AUERBACK, Edward ||align=right|1,735
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ARCHAMBAULT, Pierre ||align=right| 782

By-election: On Mr. Bertrand's acceptance of an office of emolument under the Crown, 24 August 1949

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LEFRANCOIS, J.-Eugène ||align=right| 10,164
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GÉLINAS, Pierre ||align=right|713

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LEFRANCOIS, J.-Eugène ||align=right| 12,648
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NOLIN, Claude ||align=right|4,642
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JASMIN, Amédée ||align=right| 376
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BRUNELLE, Jeannette ||align=right|364

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CHEVRIER, Hon. Lionel ||align=right| 11,336
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DURANLEAU, René ||align=right|5,321
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OUELLETTE, Armand ||align=right| 712
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GAGNON, Henri ||align=right|342
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OUELLETTE, Guy ||align=right|270

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CHEVRIER, Hon. Lionel ||align=right|10,125
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LECLAIR, Paul ||align=right|8,915
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OUELLETTE, Guy ||align=right|741

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CHEVRIER, Lionel ||align=right| 8,255
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GUILBEAULT, Albert ||align=right|5,466
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VIEN-BEAUDET, Liliane ||align=right|1,419
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TREMBLAY, A.-René ||align=right|1,360

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CHEVRIER, Lionel ||align=right| 8,059
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CAOUETTE, Gilles ||align=right| 4,282
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GUILBEAULT, Albert ||align=right|3,245
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MASSÉ, Paul ||align=right|2,379

By-election: On Mr. Chevrier's resignation, 27 December 1963

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LEBLANC, Fernand-E. ||align=right|5,349
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CAOUETTE, Gilles ||align=right| 2,232
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PAQUIN, J. René ||align=right| 1,866
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PICARD, Gérard union chairman 688
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GOULET, André ||align=right|216

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LEBLANC, Fernand-E. ||align=right|7,032
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LOCAS, Gérard ||align=right|2,251
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DANIS, Jean-Jacques ||align=right|1,925
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LÉVESQUE, J.-Alfred ||align=right| 1,704

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LEBLANC, Fernand-E. ||align=right|10,040
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FALARDEAU, Hubert ||align=right| 4,402
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BRISKIN, Julius ||align=right|2,827
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MCKENTY, Gaston ||align=right|843
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BANVILLE, Joseph-Wilfrid ||align=right|695
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LANDRY, Marcel ||align=right|480

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LEBLANC, Fernand-E. ||align=right|10,936
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LÉVESQUE, J.-A. ||align=right|3,789
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TROTTIER, Raymond ||align=right|3,320
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GUAY, Jean-Paul ||align=right|2,290
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WALSH, Jeannette ||align=right| 155
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ORTON, David Keith ||align=right|132

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LEBLANC, Fernand-E. ||align=right|10,085
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PARADIS, Bernard ||align=right| 3,310
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GAUTHIER, Roger ||align=right| 1,646
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LÉVESQUE, Guy ||align=right|1,582
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BOUCHER, Fernand Boubou ||align=right|246
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ROBIDOUX, Christiane ||align=right| 182
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WALSH, Jeanette ||align=right| 100

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BERGER, David ||align=right|17,366
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BAILLARGER, Gérard ||align=right|3,250
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LANTHIER, Yvon ||align=right|2,790
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COTÉ, Chatouille Sonia ||align=right|2,673
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BOURDOUXHE, Jean-Pierre ||align=right|1,934
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DESROSIERS, Lucie ||align=right|299
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DESAUTELS, Guy ||align=right| 179
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DESLIÈRES, Bernard ||align=right|118

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BERGER, David ||align=right|16,201
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COTÉ, Sonia Chatouille ||align=right|3,067
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BOURDOUXHE, Jean-Pierre ||align=right|2,216
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LEGRIS, Marc ||align=right| 1,572
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GIRARD, Edmond-Louis ||align=right|534
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BAILLARGEON, Louise ||align=right| 346
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DURAND, Claire ||align=right| 107
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FRAPPIER, André ||align=right| 102
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TREMBLAY, Lucien ||align=right|95
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DESLIÈRES, Bernard ||align=right|63

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BERGER, David ||align=right|9,302
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GAGNÉ, Roland ||align=right| 7,720
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JUNEAU, Jean-Pierre ||align=right|4,595
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GOURD, François Yo ||align=right|3,247
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SAINT-AMOUR, Jean ||align=right|906
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SILVERMAN, Robert ||align=right|751
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COTÉ, Gilles ||align=right| 194
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O'KEEFE, Brian ||align=right|130
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LANGEVIN, Jean ||align=right|53

See also

* List of Canadian federal electoral districts
* Past Canadian electoral districts

External links

* [http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/process/house/hfer/hfer.asp?Language=E&Search=Det&rid=381&Include= Riding history from the] Library of Parliament


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