Champagne, Andrée (1939–)
Champagne, Andrée (1939–)
Canadian politician. Name variations: Andree Champagne. Born July 17, 1939, in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada.
The 1st woman deputy speaker of the House of Commons, was an actress and pianist before entering politics, appearing frequently in film, tv and theater, including as Donalda in the tv series "Les Belles histoires des Pays-d'en-Haut" (1956) and as Carmen Forcier in "Les As" (1977); was 1st elected to the House of Commons as a Progressive Conservative member for Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot (1984); served in the Cabinet as minister of State ([Youth], 1984–86), as assistant deputy chair of the Committee of the Whole House (1986–90), then as deputy speaker and chair of the Committee of the Whole House (1990–93); after defeat of the Conservative government (1993), returned to acting; appeared on the tv series "Juliette Pomerleau" (1999). Sworn to the Privy Council (1984).
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