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Deputy Premier of Quebec

This is a list of the Deputy Premiers of Quebec.

There was no Deputy Premier until July 1960.

In the 1960s, the post was sometimes referred to as the vice-president of the Executive Council.

The post has been temporarily vacant twice: after the death of premier Daniel Johnson, Sr. when the incumbent deputy premier Jean-Jacques Bertrand became premier, and after the death of vice-premier Pierre Laporte.

Contents

  • List 1
  • Footnotes 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

List

Name District
(Region)
Took Office Left Office Party
     Georges-Émile Lapalme Montréal-Outremont
(Montreal West)
1960 1964 Liberal
     Paul Gérin-Lajoie Vaudreuil-Soulanges
(Montérégie)
1964 1966 Liberal
  Jean-Jacques Bertrand Missisquoi
(Eastern Townships)
1966 1968 Union Nationale
  none n.a. 26 September
1968
11 December
1968
Union Nationale
  Jean-Guy Cardinal Bagot
(Montérégie)
1968 1970 Union Nationale
     Gérard D. Levesque Bonaventure
(Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine)
1972 1976 Liberal
     Jacques-Yvan Morin Sauvé
(Montreal East)
1976 1984 Parti Québécois
     Camille Laurin Bourget
(Montreal East)
1984 1984 Parti Québécois
     Marc-André Bédard Chicoutimi
(Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean)
1984 1985 Parti Québécois
     Lise Bacon Chomedey
(Laval)
1985 1994 Liberal
     Monique Gagnon-Tremblay Saint-François
(Eastern Townships)
1994 1994 Liberal
     Bernard Landry Verchères
(Montérégie)
1994 2001 Parti Québécois
     Pauline Marois Taillon
(Montérégie)
2001 2003 Parti Québécois
     Monique Gagnon-Tremblay Saint-François
(Eastern Townships)
2003 2005 Liberal
     Jacques Dupuis Saint-Laurent
(Montreal West)
2005 2007 Liberal
     Nathalie Normandeau Bonaventure
(Gaspésie—Îles-de-la-Madeleine)
2007 2011 Liberal
     Line Beauchamp Bourassa-Sauvé
(Montreal North)
2011 2012 Liberal
     Michelle Courchesne Fabre
(Laval)
2012 2012 Liberal
     François Gendron Abitibi-Ouest
(Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
2012 2014 Parti Québécois
     Lise Thériault Anjou–Louis-Riel
(Montreal)
2014 Liberal

Footnotes

See also

For more lists of this type, see Lists of incumbents.

External links

  • Les vice-premiers ministres et vice-présidents du Conseil exécutif depuis 1961 (French)
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