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Gagnon-Tremblay, Hon. Monique, B.A., LL.D. (Saint-François) Deputy Premier and Minister of International Relations

GAGNON-TREMBLAY, HON. MONIQUE, B.A., LL.D. (Saint-François) Deputy Premier and Minister of International Relations.

B. May 26, 1940 in Plessisville, Que. Dau. of Joseph Gagnon and Antoinette Provencher. Ed. at Quirion Business School, Thetford-Mines; Laval Univ. and the Univ. of Sherbrooke. M. May 23, 1970 to Jacques son of Adrien Tremblay. Political Career: Provincial: Cand. prov. g.e. 1981 and def. First elected to the Que. Nat. Assembly g.e. 1985. Re-elected g.e. 1989, 1994. 1998 and 2003. Appt'd: Min. resp. for the Status of Women, Dec. 12, 1985; Min. of Cultural Communities and Immigration, Mar. 3, 1989 and re-appt'd Oct. 11, 1989; Vice-Pres. of the Treasury Bd., Sept. 25, 1989; Min. of Finance, Oct. 19, 1993; Deputy Premier, Pres. of the Treasury Bd. and Min. resp. for Administration and the Public Service, Jan. 11, 1994 and Ass't to the Leader of the Official Opposition, Jan. 19, 1999. Interim Leader of the Official Opposition, May 13, 1998 to Oct. 28, 1998. Elected Chair, Social Affairs Ctee, Mar. 4, 1999. Municipal: Municipal Councillor, Ascot Corner, 1979-85. Private Career: Administrative Sec. and Office Manager in a law firm for 11 yrs. Private law practice, Ascot Corner. Resp. for notarial law courses at the Univ. of Sherbrooke, 1979-85. Mem: Notaries Federation; Federation of Notaries of the Prov. of Que.; Que. Ass'n of Fiscal and Successoral Planning and St. John the Baptist Soc., Sherbrooke. Party: P.L.Q. Address: Leg. Office: Ministry of International Relations, Hector-Fabre Bldg., 525 René-Lévesque Blvd. East, 4th Fl., Quebec, Que., G1R 5R9, (418)649-2319, Fax: (418)643-3804 Riding Office: 220, 12e Ave. North, Sherbrooke, Que., J1E 2W3, (819)565-3667, Fax: (819)565-8779; Email: [email protected]


GAGNON-TREMBLAY, HON. MONIQUE,B.A., LL.D. (Saint-François) Vice-première ministre et Ministre des Relations internationales . Née le 26 mai 1940 à Plessisville, Québec. Fille de Joseph Gagnon et Antoinette Provencher. Fit ses études à Quirion Business School, Thetford-Mines; l'Univ. Laval et l'Univ. de Sherbrooke. M. le 23 mai 1970 à Jacques fils d'Adrien Tremblay. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Cand. é.g. prov. 1981 et déf. Élue pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nat. du Qué. é.g. 1985. Réélue é.g. 1989, 1994, 1998 et 2003. Nommée: min. resp. de la Condition féminine le 12 déc. 1985; min. des Communautés culturelles et de l'Immigration le 3 mars 1989 et renommée le 11 oct. 1989; Vice-prés. du Conseil du Trésor le 25 sept. 1989; min. des Finances le 19 oct. 1993; Vice-première ministre, Prés. du Conseil du Trésor et min. resp. de l'Administration et de la Fonction publique le 11 janv. 1994 et Adjointe du Chef de l'Opposition officielle le 19 janv. 1999. Chef de l'Opposition officielle (par intérim) du 13 mai 1998 au 28 oct. 1998. Élue prés. de la Comm. des affaires sociales le 4 mars 1999. Municipale: Conseillère municipale, Ascot Corner, 1979-85. Carrière privée: Sec. administrative et chef de bureau dans une étude notariale pendant 11 ans. Pratique privée du notariat, Ascot Corner. Chargée de cours en droit notarial, l'Univ. de Sherbrooke, 1979-85. Mem: Chambre des notaires; Fédération des notaires de la prov. de Québec; Assoc. québécoise de planification fiscale et successorale et Soc. St-Jean Baptiste de Sherbrooke. Parti pol.: P.L.Q. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: Ministère des Relations internationales, Édifice Hector-Fabre, 525, boul. René-Lévesque Est, 4e étage, Québec, Qué., G1R 5R9, (418)649-2319, Fax: (418)643-3804 Bureau Circonscription: 220, 12e av. Nord, Sherbrooke, Qué., J1E 2W3, (819)565-3667, Fax: (819)565-8779; Courrier: [email protected]

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