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Bouchard, Camil, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Vachon)

BOUCHARD, CAMIL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Vachon)

B. Oct. 27, 1945 in La Tuque. Ed. Laval Univ. and McGill Univ. M. to Tamara Lemerise. Three children. Political Career: First elected to the Que. Nat. Assembly g.e. 2003. Official Opp. Critic: Antipoverty efforts and social Solidarity, May 1, 2003 to Feb. 18, 2004. Mem: Ctee on Social Affairs. Mem: Del. of the Nat'l Assembly for Rel. with the U.S. Mem: Del. of the Nat'l Assembly for Relations with Europe. Mem: Que. Sect., Parl. Confederation of the Americas. Private Career: Professor and researcher, Univ. of Quebec. Dir: Alliance for Research on the Development of Children in their Community. Party: P.Q. Address: Leg. Office: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045 rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.53, Québec, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-0751, Fax: (418)644-3712; Riding Office: 5610, chemin Chambly, Saint-Hubert, Qué., J3Y 7E5, (450)676-5086, Fax: (450)676-0709; Email: [email protected]


BOUCHARD, CAMIL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Vachon) Né le 27 oct. 1945 à La Tuque. Fit ses études à l' Univ. Laval et à l' Univ. McGill. M. à Tamara Lemerise. Trois enfants. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nationale du Québec é.g. 2003. Porte-parole de l'opposition officielle en matière de lutte à la pauvreté et de solidarité sociale du 1er mai 2003 au 18 février 2004. Mem: Comm. des affaires sociales. Mem: Délégation de l'Assemblée nat. pour les relations avec les Etats-Unis. Mem: Délégation de l'Assemblée nat. pour les relations avec l'Europe. Mem: Section du Qué., Conf. parl. des Amériques. Carrière privée: Professeur et chercheur, Univ. du Québec. Dir: Alliance de recherche sur le développement des enfants dans leur communauté. Parti pol.: P.Q. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045, rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.53, Québec, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-0751, Fax: (418)644-3712; Bureau Circonscription: 5610, chemin Chambly, Saint-Hubert, Qué., J3Y 7E5, (450)676-5086, Fax: (450)676-0709; Courrier: [email protected]

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