Gilles Loiselle


Gilles Loiselle

Gilles Loiselle, PC (born May 20, 1929 in Ville-Marie, Quebec) is a retired Canadian politician.

Elected in the 1988 federal election, Loiselle immediately joined the cabinet of Brian Mulroney due to his experience as a diplomat and senior civil servant. In 1990, he was elevated to the post of President of the Treasury Board and, in 1993, he served as Minister of Finance in the short-lived government of Kim Campbell.

Loiselle, a Progressive Conservative, was defeated in the 1993 election in which his party reduced to two seats.

External links

* [http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/people/key/bio.asp?lang=E&query=1285&s=M Political biography from the Library of Parliament]


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