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Boucher, Claude, B.A., B.S.S., M.Sc.R., M.B.A. (Johnson)

BOUCHER,CLAUDE,B.A.,B.S.S., M.Sc.R., M.B.A. (Johnson)

B. Sept. 2, 1942 in Bromptonville, Que. S. of Edgar Boucher and Yvette Lecours. Ed. at Séminaire de Sherbrooke (B.A., 1962) and Univ. of Sherbrooke (M.Sc.R. 1967; B.S.S. 1972; M.B.A. 1992). M. Mar. 6, 1972 to Micheline Larouche. Four children. Political Career: First elected to the Que. Nat. Assembly g.e. 1994. Re-elected g.e. 1998 and 2003. Official Opposition Critic for Industry and Commerce. Mem: Ctee on Labour and the Economy. Parl. Ass't to the Deputy Premier and Min. of State for the Economy and Finance, Jan. 28, 1999 to Mar. 21, 2001. Secretary of State for Municipal Infrastructures, Mar. 8, 2001 to Jan. 30, 2002. Appt'd Parl. Ass't to the Min. of State for Municipal Affairs and Greater Montreal, Mar. 21, 2001. Mem: Public Administration Comm., Mar. 4, 1999 to Nov. 22, 2000; Transportation and Environment Comm., Mar. 4, 1999 to Mar. 4, 2001; Regional and Territorial Affairs Ctee since Feb. 6, 2002 and Planning and Public Domain Ctee since Mar. 12, 2002. Reg. Delegate for Eastern Townships, Sept. 26, 1994 to Jan. 29, 1998. Private Career: Health and Social Services Dir., Sherbrooke, 1985-94. Mem. and Pres., Lac Montjoie Lakeshore Owners Ass'n, 1977-82. Bd. mem: Que. Federation for the Protection of Lake and Watercourse Environments, 1981-82 and Sherbrooke Hotel Dieu Hospital, 1983-86. Founder and Bd. Mem., Little Brothers of the Poor, 1987-91. Founding Mem., OLO Fdn. for Pregnant Women Living in Poverty, 1991. Nat'l Pres., Ass'n of Health and Social Services Middle Managers, 1982-85. Mem., Reg. Ctee for Managerial Dev't, Eastern Twsp. Reg. Bd., 1992-94. Party: P.Q.

Address: Riding Office: 32 Main St. N., Windsor, Que., J1S 2C2, (819)845-5694, Fax: (819)845-2372 Leg. Office: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045, rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.42, Quebec, Que., G1A 1A4, (418)644-1541, Fax: (418)646-6640; Email : [email protected]


BOUCHER, CLAUDE, B.A., B.S.S., M.Sc.R., M.B.A. (Johnson) Né le 2 sept. 1942 à Bromptonville, Québec. Fils d'Edgar Boucher et Yvette Lecours. Fit ses études au Séminaire de Sherbrooke (B.A., 1962) et à l'Univ. de Sherbrooke (M.Sc.R., 1967; B.S.S., 1972; M.B.A., 1992). Quatre enfants. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nat. du Qué. é.g. 1994. Réélu é.g. 1998 et 2003. Porte-parole de l'opposition officielle en matière d'industrie et commerce. Mem: Comm. de l'économie et du travail. Adj. parl. du vice-premier ministre et min. d'État de l'Économie et des Finances du 28 janv. 1999 au 21 mars 2001. Secrétaire d'État aux Infrastructures municipales du 8 mars 2001 au 30 janv. 2002. Nommé Adj. parl. à la min. d'État aux Affaires municipales et à la Métropole le 21 mars 2001. Mem: Comm. de l'Administration publique du 4 mars 1999 au 22 nov. 2000; Comm. des Transports et de l'Environnement du 4 mars 1999 au 4 mars 2001; Cté des affaires régionales et territoriales depuis le 6 fév. 2002 et Comm. de l'aménagement de territoire depuis le 12 mars 2002. Délégué rég. de l'Estrie du 26 sept. 1994 au 29 janv. 1998. Carrière privée: Dir. de programmes de santé et des services sociaux, Sherbrooke, 1985-94. Mem. et prés. du cté exéc., Assoc. des propriétaires de Lac Montjoie, 1977-82. Mem., conseil d'admin., Fédération de protection des lacs et des cours d'eaux du Québec, 1981-82. Mem., conseil d'admin., l'hôpital Hôtel-Dieu de Sherbrooke, 1983-86. Fondateur et mem., conseil d'admin., Petits frères des pauvres, 1987-91. Mem. fondateur, Fondation OLO pour les femmes enceintes pauvres en 1991. Prés. nat., Assoc. des cadres de la santé et des services sociaux, 1982-85. Mem., Cté régional du développement des cadres, Régie régionale des Cantons de l'Est, 1992-94. Parti pol.: P.Q. Adresse: Bureau Circonscription: 32, rue Principale Nord, Windsor, Québec, J1S 2C2, (819)845-5694, Fax: (819)845-2372 Bureau Lég.: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045, rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.42, Québec, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-1541, Fax: (418)646-664; Courrier: [email protected]

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