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Bordeleau, Yvan, Ph.D. (Acadie)

BORDELEAU,YVAN,Ph.D. (Acadie)

B. Feb. 19, 1942 in La Sarre, Que. S. of Paulin Bordeleau and Lillian Petit. Ed. at Mont-Saint-Louis Coll., Montreal and Univ. of Montreal. M. Aug. 8, 1964 to Louise Lavigne. Two children: Caroline and Eric. An industrial/organizational psychologist. Political Career: First elected to the Que. Nat. Assembly g.e. 1989. Re-elected g.e. 1994, 1998 and 2003. Appt'd Parl. Ass't to the Min. of Municipal Affairs, Jan. 1994. Critic of the Official Opposition on Gov't Services, Nov. 2, 1994 to Oct. 28, 1998. Official Opposition Critic for Transport, Jan. 19, 1999 to Oct. 19, 2000. Official Opposition Critic for Government Services, Oct. 19, 2000 to Oct. 16, 2001. Official Opposition Critic for Cultural Communities and Immigration since Oct. 16, 2001 to Apr. 14, 2003. Mem: Economics and Labour Comm., 1989-94; Institutions Comm., 1993-97; Standing Ctee on Cultural and Social Affairs, 1994; Budget and Administration Comm., Nov. 1994 to 1996 and Nat'l Assembly Office, 1994-96. Vice-Chair: Institutions Comm., 1996-97 and Public Accounts Comm., 1997-98. Vice-Chair, Ctee on Transportation and the Environment, Mar. 4, 1999-Apr. 14, 2003. Appt'd Parl. Ass't to the Dep. Prime Min. and Min. of Int'l Affairs, Apr. 2004. Mem : Institutions Comm. And Education Comm., May 2003. Private Career: Professor, École des Hautes Études Commerciales, Montreal, 1968-71. Full professor, Univ. of Montreal, Dept. of Psychology, 1971-89 and Dir., Dept. of Psychology, 1987-89. Author and co-author of more than 40 books and articles published in Can., France and Mexico. Party: P.L.Q. Relig.: R.C. Address: Leg. Office: Hôtel du Parlement, Rm. RC.73, Quebec, Que., G1A 1A4, (418)644-5990, Fax: (418)641-2650 Riding Office: 560 Henri-Bourassa Blvd. W., Rm. 104, Montreal, Que., H3L 1P4, (514)337-4278, Fax: (514)337-0987; Email : [email protected]


BORDELEAU,YVAN,Ph.D. (Acadie) Néle 19 fév. 1942à La Sarre, Québec.Fils de Paulin Bordeleau et Lillian Petit. Fit ses études au Coll. Mont-Saint-Louis, Montréal et à l'Univ. de Montréal. M. le 8 août 1964 à Louise Lavigne. Deux enfants: Caroline et Eric. Psychologue industriel/organisationnel. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nat. du Qué. é.g. 1989. Réélu é.g. 1994, 1998 et 2003. Nommé Adj. parl. au min. des Affaires municipales en janv. 1994. Porte-parole de l'Opposition officielle en matière de Services gouv. du 2 nov. 1994 au 28 oct. 1998. Porte-parole de l'Opposition officielle en matière des Transports du 19 janv. 1999 au 19 oct. 2000. Porte-parole de l'Opposition officielle en matière des Services gouvernementaux du 19 oct. 2000 au 16 oct. 2001. Porte-parole de l'Opposition officielle en matière des communautés culturelles et de l'immigration du 16 oct. 2001 au 14 avril 2003. Mem: Comm. de l'Économie et du Travail, 1989-94; Comm. des Institutions, 1993-97; Cté ministériel permanent des Affaires culturelles et sociales (COMPACS) en 1994; Comm. du Budget et de l'Administration de nov. 1994 à 1996 et Bureau de l'Assemblée nat., 1994-96. Vice-prés: Comm. des Institutions, 1996-97; Comm. des Finances publiques, 1997-98. Vice-prés. de la Comm. des transports et de l'Environnement du 4 mars 1999 au 14 avril 2003. Nommé Adjoint parlementaire à la Vice-Première ministre et ministre des Relations internationales en avril 2004. Mem. Commission des Institutions, 2003; Membre, Commission de l'Éducation, 2003. Carrière privée: Professeur, l'École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Montréal, 1968-71. Professeur titulaire du dépt. de psychologie, l'Univ. de Montréal, 1971-89 et dir., dépt. de psychologie, 1987-89. Auteur et co-auteur de plus d'une quarantaine de volumes et d'articles publiés au Can., en France et au Mexique. Parti pol.: P.L.Q.Relig.: c.r. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Hôtel du Parlement, Bureau RC.73, Québec, Québec, G1A 1A4, (418)644-5990, Fax: (418)641-2650 Bureau Circonscription: 560, boul. Henri-Bourassa Ouest, Bureau 104, Montréal, Québec, H3L 1P4, (514)337-4278, Fax: (514)337-0987; Courriel : [email protected]

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