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Alexandrine Latendresse

Alexandrine Latendresse
MP
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Louis-Saint-Laurent
Incumbent
Assumed office
May 30, 2011
Preceded by Josée Verner
Personal details
Born (1984-04-30) April 30, 1984
Montreal, Quebec
Political party New Democratic Party

Alexandrine Latendresse (born April 30, 1984 in Montreal, Quebec) is the New Democratic Party Member of Parliament for Louis-Saint-Laurent, first elected in the 2011 Canadian federal election. She succeeded former Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs Josée Verner of the Conservative Party. She had also run in Louis-Saint-Laurent in the 2008 federal election, but lost.

Latendresse introduced Bill C-419, which would require future officers of Parliament to be able to function in both official languages without the help of an interpreter.[1]

Contents

  • Before politics 1
  • Education 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Before politics

Latendresse had a career as a child actor, starring in advertisements in the 1980s that promoted cheese in Quebec. She then had several roles in various television series in Quebec, including Watatatow and Virginie. She also participated in several films, including Montréal vu par..., La fête des rois, Soho, Aline and Le Jardin d'Anna.

Education

She received a Bachelor of Arts in linguistics at Laval University. Latendresse was to undertake graduate studies in May 2011, but she agreed to postpone this decision until after the election.

Latendresse was named deputy critic for democratic reform in June 2011.

References

  1. ^ Chantal, Hebert. "The Record - Fetal rights motion could liven new Parliament". The Record. The Record. Retrieved September 22, 2012. 

External links

  • Alexandrine Latendresse at the Internet Movie Database
  • Alexandrine Latendresse – Parliament of Canada biography
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