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Lucie Charlebois

Lucie Charlebois
MNA for Soulanges
Assumed office
May 1, 2003
Preceded by District Created
Personal details
Born (1959-07-14)July 14, 1959
Coteau-Station, Quebec
Political party Quebec Liberal Party
Cabinet Minister for Rehabilitation, Youth Protection and Public Health

Lucie Charlebois (born July 14, 1959 in Coteau-Station, now called Les Coteaux, in the riding of Soulanges, Quebec) is a Quebec politician. She is the current MNA for Soulanges and Minister for Rehabilitation, Youth Protection and Public Health. A business executive, she comes from the business community and is well known in the Soulanges region. She was the owner of her company for eleven years. She was a member of the Soulanges business people association and its president for two years.

Early in 2003, she decided to run for public office and was first elected MNA for Soulanges in the provincial elections of April 14 of that year. She was then re-elected in March 2007 and, for a third time, in December 2008. Lucie Charlebois has also been Assistant Government Whip and she served on several parliamentary committees of the National Assembly.

She served as the Chief Government Whip from 2011 to 2014 and was appointed Minister for Rehabilitation, Youth Protection and Public Health following the 2014 election.

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  • Parti libéral du Québec : http://plq.org/deputies/view/18/slug:lucie-charlebois
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