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List of third party leaders (Quebec)

This is a list of politicians who served as third party parliamentary leaders (chefs parlementaires) at the National Assembly of Quebec. Parties with fewer than twelve Members of the National Assembly (MNA) 12 members and less than 20% of the vote do not have official party status and their members sit as Independents.[1]

Third party leaders with party status

  Parliamentary Leader District
(Region)
Took Office Left Office Party
     Paul Gouin [2]L'Assomption
(Lanaudière)
19351936Action libérale nationale
bgcolor=""|     Camille Laurin [3]Bourget
(Montreal East)
19701973Parti Québécois
     Camil SamsonRouyn-Noranda
(Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
19701972Ralliement créditiste du Québec
     Armand Bois [4] Saint-Sauveur
(Québec)
19721973Ralliement créditiste du Québec
     Camil Samson [5]Rouyn-Noranda
(Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
19731973Ralliement créditiste du Québec[6]

Rodrigue Biron[7]Lotbinière
(Chaudière-Appalaches)
19761980Union Nationale

Michel Le Moignan [8]Gaspé
(Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine)
19801981Union Nationale
bgcolor=""|     André BoisclairPointe-aux-Trembles
(Montreal East)
20072007 Parti Québécois
bgcolor=""|     François Gendron [9]Abitibi-Ouest
(Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
20072007 Parti Québécois
bgcolor=""|     Pauline Marois [10]Charlevoix
(Québec)
20072008 Parti Québécois
     Sylvie Roy[11][12]Lotbinière
(Chaudière-Appalaches)
20092009 Action démocratique du Québec
     François Bonnardel[13]Shefford
(Montérégie)
20092009 Action démocratique du Québec
     Gérard Deltell[14]Chauveau
(Capitale-Nationale)
20092012 Action démocratique du Québec

François LegaultL'Assomption
(Lanaudière)
2012Current Coalition Avenir Québec

Third party leaders without party status

  Parliamentary Leader District Took Office Left Office Party
     Henri BourassaSaint-Hyacinthe
(Montérégie)
19081912Ligue nationaliste
     André LaurendeauMontréal-Laurier
(Montreal East)
19441947 [15]Bloc Populaire Canadien
     David Côté [16]Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue
(Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
19441945 [17]Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
bgcolor=""|     René Lévesque [18]Laurier
(Montreal East)
1968 1970 Parti Québécois
     Fabien Roy [19] Beauce-Sud
(Chaudière-Appalaches)
19731975Ralliement créditiste du Québec

Maurice Bellemare [20]Johnson
(Eastern Townships)
19741976Union Nationale

Robert LibmanD'Arcy-McGee
(Montreal West)
19891993 Equality Party
     Mario DumontRivière-du-Loup
(Bas-Saint-Laurent)
19942007 Action démocratique du Québec
     Mario Dumont [21]Rivière-du-Loup
(Bas-Saint-Laurent)
20082009 Action démocratique du Québec
     Amir KhadirMercier
(Montreal East)
2008Current Québec solidaire

Gérard Deltell[22]Chauveau
(Capitale-Nationale)
20122012 Coalition Avenir Québec

See also

References

External links

  • Les chefs de l'opposition officielle depuis 1869 (French)
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