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Bonsant, France (Compton—Stanstead)

BONSANT, FRANCE (Compton—Stanstead)

B. Aug. 18, 1952 in Waterville, Que. Dau. of Camille Bonsant and Fernande Girardin. Ed. at TELUQ. M. Oct. 2, 1976 to Serge Guimond. Two children: Dr. Tanya Doyon and Karine Guimond. Political Career: Federal: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 2004. Pres. of the B.Q. exec., Compton-Stanstead for 4 years. Muncipal: Municipal Councillor, Ascot for two terms. Mem. of the Bd. of the Metropolitan Police for 8 yrs. Pres., Recreation and Culture Ctee for 8 yrs. Mem: Urban planning Ctee for 8 yrs and Human Resources Ctee for 8 yrs. Private Career: Ass't engineer, Bell Canada since Jan. 5, 1976. Union representative, ACET for 4 yrs. Party: B.Q. Address: Leg. Office: House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)995-2024, Fax: (613)992-1696 Riding Office: 1945 Belvédère South, Suite 203, Ascott, Que., J1H 5Y3, (819)347-2598, Fax: (819)347-3583; Email: [email protected]

BONSANT, FRANCE (Compton—Stanstead) Née le 18 août 1952 à Waterville, Québec. Fille de Camille Bonsant et Fernande Girardin. Fit ses études à TELUQ. M. le 2 oct. 1976 à Serge Guimond. Deux enfants: Dre Tanya Doyon et Karine Guimond. Carrière politique: Fédérale: Élue pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 2004. Prés. de l'exéc. du B.Q. dans Compton-Stanstead pendant 4 ans. Muncipale: Conseillère municipale d'Ascot pendant deux mandats. Administrateur de la régie de Police Métro-Police pendant 8 ans. Prés., Cté des Loisirs et de la Culture pendant 8 ans. Mem: Cté d'urbanisme pendant 8 ans et Cté des Ressources humaines pendant 8 ans. Carrière privée: Ingénieur-adjointe, Bell Canada depuis le 5 janv. 1976. Représentante syndicale, ACET pendant 4 ans. Parti pol.: B.Q. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Chambre des communes, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)995-2024, Fax: (613)992-1696 Bureau Circonscription: 1945, Belvédère Sud, Suite 203, Ascott, Québec, J1H 5Y3, (819)347-2598, Fax: (819)347-3583; Courriel: [email protected]

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