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Martineau, Hon. Paul, P.C., Q.C., K.C.S.G., B.A., LL.L.

MARTINEAU,HON.PAUL,P.C., Q.C., K.C.S.G.,B.A., LL.L.

B. Apr. 10, 1921 in Bryson, Que. S. of Alphonse Martineau and Lucienne Lemieux. Ed. at Univ. of Ottawa and Univ. of Montreal. M. Jan. 3, 1946 to Hélène dau. of Richard Neclaw (Warsaw, Poland). Two children: Alice and Gabrielle. A lawyer. Political Career: Cand. fed. g.e. 1957 and def. First elected to H. of C. g.e. 1958. Re-elected g.e. 1962 and 1963. Cand. g.e. 1965 and def. Sworn to the Privy Council Aug. 9, 1962 (Rt. Hon. J. Diefenbaker). Appt'd: Parl. Sec. to the Prime Minister, Nov. 19, 1959; Deputy Speaker of the H. of C., Jan. 18, 1962 and Min. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Aug. 9, 1962. Private Career: Called to the Que. Bar, 1949. Crown Attorney, Dist. of Pontiac, 1950-58. Delegate to 1st Commonwealth Law Conf., London, 1955. Agent for Gov't of Que. Supreme and Federal Courts, 1966-70. Mem., Que. Royal Comm. of Inquiry into Administration of Criminal Penal Justice, 1967-70. Sr. Partner, Martineau, Noël, Leclerc and Associates, Hull, Que., 1976-77. Appt'd to the Bench of Que. Superior Court, 1980. Past Pres., Royal Cdn Legion. Past Pres. and Dir., Ch. of C. of Campbell's Bay. Served with the R.C.A.F., 1942-46. Appt'd Knight Commander of St. Gregory the Great, 1963. Mem: Cdn Bar Ass'n; Royal Cdn Legion; K. of C., 4th degree and Pontiac Lions Club. Party: Con.Relig.: R.C. Address: Home: 1204 Mountain Rd., Aylmer, Que., J9H 5E1.


MARTINEAU, HON. PAUL, C.P., C.R., K.C.S.G., B.A., LL.L. Né le 10 avr. 1921 à Bryson, Québec. Fils d'Alphonse Martineau et Lucienne Lemieux. Fit ses études à l'Univ. d'Ottawa et à l'Univ. de Montréal. M. le 3 janv. 1946 à Hélène fille de Richard Neclaw (Varsovie, Pologne). Deux enfants: Alice et Gabrielle. Avocat. Carrière politique: Cand. é.g. féd. 1957 et déf. Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1958. Réélu é.g. 1962 et 1963. Cand. é.g. 1965 et déf. Assermenté au conseil privé le 9 août 1962 (le Très hon. J. Diefenbaker). Nommé: Sec. parl. au Premier ministre le 19 nov. 1959; Vice-Président de la C. des c. le 18 janv. 1962 et min. des Mines et des Relèvements techniques le 9 août 1962. Carrière privée: Admis au Barreau du Québec en 1949. Procureur de la Couronne du dist. de Pontiac, 1950-58. Délégué à la 1ière conf. de droit du Commonwealth, Londres en 1955. Agent pour le gouv. du Québec à la Cour suprême et à la cour fédérale, Québec, 1966-70. Mem., Comm. royale d'enquête à l'Administration de la justice pénale criminelle, 1967-70. Associé principal du cabinet Martineau, Noël, Leclerc et Associés, Hull, Québec, 1976-77. Nommé à la Cour supérieure du Québec en 1980. Ancien prés., Légion royale can. Ancien prés. et dir., Ch. de c. de Campbell's Bay. Service militaire dans l'A.R.C., 1942-46. Nommé Chevalier commandant de l'Ordre de St-Grégoire le Grand en 1963. Mem: Assoc. du barreau can.; Légion royale can.; C. de col., 4ième degré et club Lions de Pontiac. Parti pol.: Con. Relig.: c.r. Adresse: Résidence: 1204, chemin Mountain, Aylmer, Québec, J9H 5E1.

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