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Bourgeois, Diane, B.A. (Terrebonne—Blainville)

BOURGEOIS, DIANE, B.A. (Terrebonne—Blainville)

B. Nov. 14, 1949 in Montreal, Que. Ed. at Univ. of Montreal and École des Hautes Études Commerciales. Two children: Catherine and Alexandre. A teacher. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 2000. Re-Elected g. e. in 2004. B.Q. Critic for Status of Women. Mem., Standing Ctee on Health, 2001. Chair, Nat'l Political Action Ctee of P.Q. Women. Private Career: Chair, CLSC and Deputy Chair, Local Regional Gov't, Lanaudière. Party: B.Q. Address: Leg. Office: Rm. 210, Justice Bldg., House of Commons, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)947-4788, Fax: (613)947-4879. Riding Office: 95 Terrebonne, Terrebonne, Que. J6Y 1P9. Email: [email protected]

BOURGEOIS, DIANE, B.A. (Terrebonne—Blainville) Née le 14 nov. 1949 à Montréal, Québec. Fit ses études à l'Univ. de Montréal et l'École des Hautes Études Commerciales. Deux enfants: Catherine et Alexandre. Enseignante. Carrière politique: Élue pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 2000. Réélue é.g. 2004. Porte-parole du B.Q. en matière de la situation de la femme. Mem., Cté permanent de la santé en 2001. Prés., Cté nat. d'action politique des femmes du P.Q. Carrière privée : Prés., CLSC et vice-prés., Régie régionale de Lanaudière. Parti pol.: B.Q. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Pièce 210, Édifice de la Justice, Chambre des communes, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0A6, (613)947-4788, Fax: (613)947-4879. Bureau Circonscription: 95, rue Terrebonne, Terrebonne, Qué. J6Y 1P9. Courriel: [email protected]

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