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38th National Assembly of Quebec

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38th National Assembly of Quebec

The 38th National Assembly of Quebec was elected in the Quebec general election, 2007 and sat from May 8, 2007 to November 5, 2008. Jean Charest (PLQ) was the Premier and Mario Dumont (ADQ) was the leader of the opposition. It ended when the 2008 general election was called.

Member list

Cabinet Ministers are in Bold, Leaders are in Italics and the President of the National Assembly has a Dagger next to his name.

Name Party Riding
  Alexis Wawanoloath Parti Québécois Abitibi-Est
  François Gendron Parti Québécois Abitibi-Ouest
     Christine St-Pierre Libéral Acadie
     Lise Thériault Libéral Anjou
     David Whissell Libéral Argenteuil
  Jean-François Roux ADQ Arthabaska
  Janvier Grondin ADQ Beauce-Nord
  Claude Morin ADQ Beauce-Sud
  Serge Deslières Parti Québécois Beauharnois
  Jean Domingue ADQ Bellechasse
  François Benjamin ADQ Berthier
  Claude Cousineau Parti Québécois Bertrand
  Pierre Gingras ADQ Blainville
     Nathalie Normandeau Libéral Bonaventure
  Pierre Curzi Parti Québécois Borduas
     Line Beauchamp Libéral Bourassa-Sauvé
  Diane Lemieux (until October 17, 2007) Parti Québécois Bourget
  Maka Kotto (after May 12, 2008)
     Pierre Paradis Libéral Brome-Missisquoi
  Richard Merlini ADQ Chambly
  Pierre-Michel Auger ADQ Champlain
     Benoît Pelletier Libéral Chapleau
  Catherine Morissette ADQ Charlesbourg
  Rosaire Bertrand (until August 13, 2007) Parti Québécois Charlevoix
  Pauline Marois (after September 24, 2007)
     Jean-Marc Fournier Libéral Châteauguay
  Gilles Taillon ADQ Chauveau
  Stéphane Bédard Parti Québécois Chicoutimi
     Guy Ouellette Libéral Chomedey
  Marc Picard ADQ Chutes-de-la-Chaudière
  Lisette Lapointe Parti Québécois Crémazie
     Lawrence Bergman Libéral D'Arcy-McGee
  Lucie Leblanc ADQ Deux-Montagnes
  Sébastien Schneeberger ADQ Drummond
  Jacques Côté Parti Québécois Dubuc
  Lorraine Richard Parti Québécois Duplessis
     Michelle Courchesne Libéral Fabre
     Laurent Lessard Libéral Frontenac
  Guy Lelièvre Parti Québécois Gaspé
     Stéphanie Vallée Libéral Gatineau
  Nicolas Girard Parti Québécois Gouin
  Linda Lapointe ADQ Groulx
  Louise Harel Parti Québécois Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
     Roch Cholette (until April 9, 2008) Libéral Hull
     Maryse Gaudreault (after May 12, 2008)
  Albert De Martin ADQ Huntingdon
  André Riedl ADQ Iberville
  Maxime Arseneau Parti Québécois Îles-de-la-Madeleine
     Geoffrey Kelley Libéral Jacques-Cartier
  Jean-François Gosselin ADQ Jean-Lesage
     Michel Bissonnet (until July 14, 2008) Libéral Jeanne-Mance–Viger
     Philippe Couillard (until June 25, 2008) Libéral Jean-Talon
     Yves Bolduc (after September 29, 2008)
  Éric Charbonneau ADQ Johnson
  Pascal Beaupré ADQ Joliette
  Sylvain Gaudreault Parti Québécois Jonquière
     Claude Béchard Libéral Kamouraska-Témiscouata
  Sylvain Pagé Parti Québécois Labelle
  Alexandre Cloutier Parti Québécois Lac-Saint-Jean
     Tony Tomassi Libéral LaFontaine
  Éric Caire ADQ La Peltrie
     Fatima Houda-Pepin Libéral La Pinière
     Nicole Ménard Libéral Laporte
  Monique Roy Verville ADQ La Prairie
  Éric Laporte ADQ L'Assomption
     Gerry Sklavounos Libéral Laurier-Dorion
     Alain Paquet Libéral Laval-des-Rapides
     Julie Boulet Libéral Laviolette
  Christian Lévesque ADQ Lévis
  Sylvie Roy ADQ Lotbinière
     Sam Hamad Libéral Louis-Hébert
     Monique Jérôme-Forget Libéral Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  Simon-Pierre Diamond ADQ Marguerite-D'Youville
  Bernard Drainville Parti Québécois Marie-Victorin
     François Ouimet Libéral Marquette
  Jean Damphousse ADQ Maskinongé
  Ginette Grandmont ADQ Masson
  Pascal Bérubé Parti Québécois Matane
  Danielle Doyer Parti Québécois Matapédia
     Johanne Gonthier Libéral Mégantic-Compton
  Daniel Turp Parti Québécois Mercier
     Maurice Clermont Libéral Mille-Îles
  François Desrochers ADQ Mirabel
  Claude Roy ADQ Montmagny-L'Islet
  Hubert Benoit ADQ Montmorency
     Pierre Arcand Libéral Mont-Royal
     Yolande James Libéral Nelligan
  Éric Dorion ADQ Nicolet-Yamaska
     Russell Copeman (until October 22, 2008) Libéral Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
     Pierre Reid Libéral Orford
     Raymond Bachand Libéral Outremont
     Norman MacMillan Libéral Papineau
  André Boisclair (until November 15, 2007) Parti Québécois Pointe-aux-Trembles
  Nicole Léger (after May 12, 2008)
     Charlotte L'Écuyer Libéral Pontiac
  Raymond Francoeur ADQ Portneuf
  Martin Camirand ADQ Prévost
  Marjolain Dufour Parti Québécois René-Lévesque
  Sylvain Simard Parti Québécois Richelieu
     Yvon Vallières Libéral Richmond
  Irvin Pelletier Parti Québécois Rimouski
  Mario Dumont ADQ Rivière-du-Loup
     Pierre Marsan Libéral Robert-Baldwin
  Denis Trottier Parti Québécois Roberval
  Rita Dionne-Marsolais Parti Québécois Rosemont
  François Legault Parti Québécois Rousseau
  Johanne Morasse Parti Québécois Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue
     Monique Gagnon-Tremblay Libéral Saint-François
     Marguerite Blais Libéral Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne
  Claude L'Écuyer ADQ Saint-Hyacinthe
  Lucille Méthé ADQ Saint-Jean
     Jacques Dupuis Libéral Saint-Laurent
  Martin Lemay Parti Québécois Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques
  Robert Deschamps ADQ Saint-Maurice
  François Bonnardel ADQ Shefford
     Jean Charest Libéral Sherbrooke
     Lucie Charlebois Libéral Soulanges
  Marie Malavoy Parti Québécois Taillon
  Agnès Maltais Parti Québécois Taschereau
  Jean-François Therrien ADQ Terrebonne
  Sébastien Proulx ADQ Trois-Rivières
  Luc Ferland Parti Québécois Ungava
  Camil Bouchard Parti Québécois Vachon
  Sylvain Légaré ADQ Vanier
     Yvon Marcoux Libéral Vaudreuil
  Stéphane Bergeron Parti Québécois Verchères
     Henri-François Gautrin Libéral Verdun
     Emmanuel Dubourg Libéral Viau
     Vincent Auclair Libéral Vimont
     Jacques Chagnon Libéral Westmount–Saint-Louis


Cabinet Ministers

  • Premier and Executive Council President: Jean Charest
  • Deputy Premier: Nathalie Normandeau
  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Laurent Lessard
  • Employment and Social Solidarity: Sam Hamad
  • Labor: David Whissell
  • Government Administration, Government Services and President of the Treasury Board: Monique Jérôme-Forget
  • Information Access:Benoît Pelletier
  • Culture, Communications and Status of Women: Christine St-Pierre
  • International Relations: Monique Gagnon-Tremblay
  • Indian Affairs: Benoît Pelletier
  • Canadian Francophonie: Benoît Pelletier
  • Health and Social Services: Philippe Couillard (2007-2008), Yves Bolduc (2008–present)
  • Education: Michelle Courchesne
  • Immigration and Cultural Communities: Yolande James
  • Seniors: Marguerite Blais
  • Family: Michelle Courchesne
  • Transportation: Julie Boulet
  • Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs: Benoît Pelletier
  • Municipal Affairs and Regions: Nathalie Normandeau
  • Democratic Institutions Reform: Benoît Pelletier
  • Recreation and Sport: Michelle Courchesne
  • Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks: Line Beauchamp
  • Natural Resources and Wildlife: Claude Bechard
  • Justice: Jacques P. Dupuis
  • Public Safety: Jacques P. Dupuis
  • Finances: Monique Jerome-Forget
  • Revenue: Jean-Marc Fournier
  • Tourism: Raymond Bachand
  • Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade : Raymond Bachand

See also

External links

  • Élections/Map of Quebec electoral districts
  • Jean Charest Cabinet (French)
  • List of Historical Cabinet ministers
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