Medical doctor, born in Saint-Joseph-de-Chambly (Carignan) in 1846. He was elected the provincial member of Parliament for the riding of Shefford (1888-1892 and 1897-1903). He was the nephew of Charles-Eugène Boucher of Boucherville. Tancrède Boucher died in Montreal in 1926.
BOUCHER de la Bruère (Pierre)
Born in Saint-Hyacinthe (Québec) in 1837 he became a lawyer and was appointed Conservative legislative counsel for the area of Rougemont. He sat from 1877 to 1895. Publisher of the "Courrier de St Hyacinthe" from 1875 to 1895, he was then appointed as a member of the Public Education council (1895 to 1916). He was a strong advocate of the development of the sugar beet industry in Canada. He was also a member of the Institut Canadien de Québec. He was also a descendant of Pierre Boucher de Grosbois.
Amongst his numerous publications, the better known are "Le Canada sous la domination anglaise" (1863); Le Saguenay (1880) and "Education et constitution" (1904). He died in Québec City in 1917.
BOUCHER de Boucherville (René-Antoine)
Lord and member of the Legislative Council of Lower Canada (1792-1812). He was the father of Pierre-Amable Boucher de Boucherville and grand-father of Charles-Eugène Boucher de Boucherville.
BOUCHER de Boucherville (Pierre-Amable)
Lord and member of the legislative council of United Canada (1843-1857). Son of René-Antoine Boucher de Boucherville and father of Charles-Eugène Boucher de Boucherville.
BOUCHER de Boucherville (Charles-Eugène)
Born in Montreal in 1822, he became a medical practitionner. He later became the Third Premier of Québec (1874-1878) and Tenth Premier of Québec (1891-1892). He was elected member of Parliament for Chambly at the Parliament of United Canada from 1861 to 1867. He was Leader of the Conservative party in the Province of Québec from 1874 to 1879.
He died in office in Montreal on September 10th, 1915 at the age of 93 years and 4 months. He is interred in the crypt of the church of Sainte-Famille in Boucherville (Réf.: Official site of the Government of Québec http://www.assnat.qc.ca/.
BOUCHER de Niverville (Louis-Charles)Born in Trois-Rivières (Québec) in 1825, he became a lawyer. He was elected member of Parliament for the riding of Trois-Rivières at the Parliament of the United Canada from 1865 to 1867. He was then elected Conservative MP at the Legislative Assembly and the House of Commons (1867-1868). He died in Trois-Rivières in 1869.
BOUCHER (William-Albert)Born in 1889 in Saint-Louis, Territories of the North-West, elected deputy the House of Commons in 1948, appointed senator in 1957, he died in 1976.
BOUCHER (J.Gaspard) Born in Notre Dame du Portage, in 1897, he became printer and publisher. He was elected MP to the House of Commons for the riding of Restigouche-Madawaska (New Brunswick) from 1953 to 1957.
BOUCHER (Émile)Born in Montreal in 1903, he became a lawyer and Liberal provincial member of parliament for the riding of Saint-Henri from 1939 to 1944. He was later appointed to the Welfare Court from 1961 to 1968. He died in Montréal in 1968.
BOUCHER (Jean)Born in Laprairie (Québec) in 1926 he was a sociologist and political analyst. He was elected twice Liberal member of Parliament for the riding of Chateauguay-Huntingdon-Laprairie (From 1953 to 1957 and 1962-1963)
BOUCHER (Aimé)Notary public. Liberal Member of Parliament at the House of Commons for the the riding of Yamaska from 1921 to 1935. He was the son-in-law of Jules Allard. Father-in-law of Kenneth Charles Mackay.
BOUCHER Bacon (Huguette)Born in Montreal in 1947, she became an educationalist, a jurist and a sociologist. She was elected member of the Legislative Assembly for the riding of Bourget in 1989. She was President of the "Association des propriétaires de garderies du Québec" from 1977 to 1981.
BOUCHER (Jules)Born in Sayabec, Québec in 1933, he was elected member of the Parti Québécois in 1976 at the Legislative Assembly of Québec and sat till 1985. He then became an independent Member for the riding of Rivière du Loup (1985).
Former member of the Legislative Assembly of the Johnson riding, he represented the Parti Québécois. He was the official opposition spokesman regarding Highways and Roads. He was elected in September 1994. He is a member of our Association.
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Conservative Member of Parliament at the House of Commons.Born in 1962, in Victoriaville Québec, she is a political personality who was first elected in the riding of Beauport-Limoilou under the banner of the Conservative party at the 2006 national election.