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Charest, Solange, M.Comm. (Rimouski)

CHAREST,SOLANGE,M.Comm. (Rimouski)

B. Aug. 3, 1950 in Amqui, Que. Dau. of Léon Charest and Céline Normandeau. Ed. at Laval Univ. (M.Comm.). M. to Raymond Lemieux. Political Career: First elected to the Que. Nat. Assembly g.e. 1994. Re-elected g.e. 1998 and 2003. Official Opposition Critic for Maritime Affairs. Ass't Gov't Whip, Mar. 12, 1996 to Oct. 28, 1998 and Dec. 9, 1998 to Mar. 2, 1999. Parl. Ass't to the Min. of State for Regions, Mar. 21, 2001 to Feb. 28, 2002. Secretary of State for Research, Science and Technology since Jan. 30, 2002. Parl. Ass't to the Deputy Premier, Min. of State for Economy and Finance and Min. of Research, Science and Technology since Mar. 12, 2002. Mem: Social Affairs Ctee, 1994-98; Culture and Communications Ctee, 1994-98 and Public Administration Ctee, May 14, 1998 to Oct. 28, 1998. Vice-Chair, Education Ctee, Mar. 4, 1999 to Nov. 22, 2000. Mem: Education Ctee since Nov. 23, 2000; Planning and Public Domain Ctee since Mar. 27, 2001; Regional and Territorial Affairs Ctee since Feb. 6, 2002 and Employment and Economic Development Ctee since Feb. 6, 2002. Private Career: Social Health Programming and Planning Agent, Public Health Dept., Rimouski Reg. Hospital Center. Party: P.Q. Address: Leg. Office: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045, rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.53, Que., G1A 1A4, (418)644-1386, Fax: (418)644-6641 Riding Office: 2, rue St-Germain E., Rm. 100, Rimouski, Que., G5L 8T7, (418)722-9787, Fax: (418)725-0526; Email: [email protected]


CHAREST, SOLANGE, M.Comm. (Rimouski) Née le 3 août 1950 à Amqui, Québec. Fille de Léon Charest et Céline Normandeau. Fit ses études à l'Univ. Laval (M.Comm.). M. à Raymond Lemieux. Carrière politique: Élue pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nat. du Qué. é.g. 1994. Réélue é.g. 1998 et 2003. Porte-parole de l'opposition officielle en matière d'affaires maritimes. Whip adj. du gouvernement du 12 mars 1996 au 28 oct. 1998 et du 9 déc. 1998 au 2 mars 1999. Adj. parl. au min. d'État aux Régions du 21 mars 2001 au 28 fév. 2002. Secrétaire d'État à la Recherche, à la Science et à la Technologie depuis le 30 janv. 2002. Adj. parl. à la Vice-première ministre, la min. d'État à l'Économie et aux Finances et la min. de la Recherche, de la Science et de la Technologie depuis le 12 mars 2002. Mem: Comm. des affaires sociales, 1994-98; Comm. de la culture et des communications, 1994-98 et Comm. de l'administration publique du 14 mai 1998 au 28 oct. 1998. Vice-prés. de la Comm. de l'éducation du 4 mars 1999 au 22 nov. 2000. Mem: Comm. de l'éducation depuis le 23 nov. 2000; Comm. de l'aménagement du territoire depuis le 27 mars 2001; Cté des affaires régionales et territoriales depuis le 6 fév. 2002 et Cté de l'emploi et du développement économique depuis le 6 fév. 2002. Carrière privée: Agente de planification et de programmation socio-sanitaire, Direction de la Santé publique du Centre hospitalier rég. de Rimouski. Parti pol.: P.Q. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Hôtel du Parlement, 1045, rue des Parlementaires, 2e étage, Bureau 2.53, Qué., G1A 1A4, (418)644-1386, Fax: (418)644-6641 Bureau Circonscription: 2, rue St-Germain E., Rm. 100, Rimouski, Qué., G5L 8T7, (418)722-9787, Fax: (418)725-0526; Courrier: [email protected]

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