|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Québec-Centre|
|Preceded by||Rémi-Ferdinand Rinfret|
|Succeeded by||Amédée Robitaille|
12 March 1841|
Quebec City, Canada East
|Died||6 November 1920
Quebec City, Ontario
Victor Châteauvert (12 March 1841 – 6 November 1920) was a Canadian politician. He married Virginie Dussault. He was associated to Gaspard Lemoine (married to Emma Renaud) in the company J.B. Renaud in Quebec city.
He was the unsuccessful Conservative candidate in the 1891 federal election for the riding of Quebec-Centre. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for the identically-named provincial riding of Québec-Centre in the 1892 Quebec election. A Conservative, he was defeated in 1897. He was also defeated in the 1900 federal election. He's the father of Alexandre Châteauvert who became vice-president of J. B. Renaud after the death of his father. He's also the father of Victor Châteauvert jr. He was the grandfather of both Jean-Richard Châteauvert (son of Alexandre Châteauvert) and Françoise Châteauvert (daughter of Victor Châteauvert and Flore Derouin) whom one of the grand-son is Jean-Nicolas De Surmont. Françoise Châteauvert was close friend of Yvonne Lemoine grand-daughter of Gaspard Lemoine and the family of Jean Senecal, Guy Des Rivières, Gilles Lamontagne and Jean Lesage. Françoise Châteauvert used also to do horse-riding with Gilles Turcot in the 1930'.
- "Biography". Dictionnaire des parlementaires du Québec de 1792 à nos jours (in French). National Assembly of Quebec.
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