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Bourdeau, Alexandre, B.A. (Berthier)

BOURDEAU, ALEXANDRE, B.A. (Berthier)

B. Mar. 15, 1978 in Le Gardeur. Ed. at Univ. of Montreal.Political Career: First elected to the Que. Nat. Assembly e.g. 2003. Private Career: Coord. For institutional affairs, Univ. of Montreal. Mem. Bd. of Dir: CEPSUM (sports and physical education centre of the Univ. of Montreal). Official Opp. Critic: Information Superhighway, May 1, 2003 to Feb. 18, 2004. Mem: Ctee on Culture, Jun. 5, 2003 to Mar. 25, 2004. Mem: Que. Sect., Parl. Assembly of the Francophonie. Mem; Del. of the Nat'l Assembly for Rel. with France. Mem: Que. Sect., Ont.-Que. Parl. Ass'n. Mem : Ctee on Public Admin. Party: P.Q. Address: Leg. Office: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045 rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.142, Québec, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-1399, Fax: (418)646-6641; Riding Office: 204-L, rue Principale, Saint-Jean-de-Matha, Qué., J0K 2S0, (450)886-0330, Fax: (450)886-2268; Email: [email protected]


BOURDEAU, ALEXANDRE, B.A. (Berthier) Né le 15 mars 1978 à Le Gardeur. Fit ses études à l' Univ. de Montréal. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nationale du Québec é.g. 2003. Carrière privée: Coordonnateur aux affaires institutionnelles, FAÉCUM. Mem. Membre du conseil d'admin. CEPSUM. Porte-parole de l'opposition officielle dans le dossier de l'autoroute de l'information du 1er mai 2003 au 18 février 2004. Mem: Comm. de la culture du 5 juin 2003 au 25 mars 2004. Mem: Section du Québec, Assemblée parl. de la Francophonie. Mem: Délégation de l'Assemblée nat. pour les relations avec la France. Mem: Section du Québec, Assoc. parl. Ontario-Québec. Parti pol.: P.Q. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045, rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.142, Québec, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-1399, Fax: (418)646-6641; Bureau Circonscripiton: 204-L, rue Principale, Saint-Jean-de-Matha, Qué., J0K 2S0, (450)886-0330, Fax: (450)886-2268; Courrier: [email protected]

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