28th Quebec Legislature

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The 28th Legislative Assembly of Quebec / 28th National Assembly of Quebec was the provincial legislature in Quebec, Canada that was elected in the 1966 Quebec general election. The name change from Legislative Assembly of Quebec to National Assembly of Quebec came into effect on December 31, 1968.[1] The assembly sat for five sessions, from 1 December 1966 to 12 August 1967; on 20 October 1967 (one day); from 20 February 1968 to 18 December 1968; from 25 February 1969 to 23 December 1969; and from 24 February 1970 to 12 March 1970. The Union Nationale government was led by Daniel Johnson until his death in office, and then by Jean-Jacques Bertrand. The Liberal opposition was led by Jean Lesage and then by Robert Bourassa.

Seats per political partyEdit

Affiliation Members
Union Nationale 56
Liberal 50
  Independent 2
 Total
108
 Government Majority
6

Member listEdit

This was the list of members of the National Assembly of Quebec that were elected in the 1966 election:

Name Party Riding
  Lucien Cliche Liberal Abitibi-Est
  Alcide Courcy Liberal Abitibi-Ouest
  Jean-Paul Lefebvre Liberal Ahuntsic
  Zoel Saindon Liberal Argenteuil
  Roch Gardner Union Nationale Arthabaska
  Daniel Johnson Union Nationale Bagot
  Paul-Émile Allard Union Nationale Beauce
  Gérard Cadieux Liberal Beauharnois
  Gabriel Loubier Union Nationale Bellechasse
  Guy Gauthier Union Nationale Berthier
  Gérard D. Levesque Liberal Bonaventure
  Georges-Émery Tremblay Liberal Bourassa
  Paul-Émile Sauvageau Union Nationale Bourget
  Glendon Brown Liberal Brome
  Pierre Laporte Liberal Chambly
  Maurice Bellemare Union Nationale Champlain
  Raymond Mailloux Liberal Charlevoix
  George Kennedy Liberal Châteauguay
  François-Eugène Mathieu Union Nationale Chauveau
  Jean-Noël Tremblay Union Nationale Chicoutimi
  Claude-Gilles Gosselin Union Nationale Compton
  Victor Goldbloom Liberal D'Arcy-McGee
  Gaston Binette Liberal Deux-Montagnes
  Paul-Henri Picard Union Nationale Dorchester
  François Aquin Liberal Dorion
  Bernard Pinard Liberal Drummond
  Roch Boivin Union Nationale Dubuc
  Henri-Laurier Coiteux Liberal Duplessis
  Gilles Houde Liberal Fabre
  Fernand Grenier Union Nationale Frontenac
  François Gagnon Union Nationale Gaspé-Nord
  Guy Fortier Liberal Gaspé-Sud
  Roy Fournier Liberal Gatineau
  Yves Michaud Liberal Gouin
  Oswald Parent Liberal Hull
  Kenneth Fraser Liberal Huntingdon
  Alfred Croisetière Union Nationale Iberville
  Louis-Philippe Lacroix Liberal Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  Noël Saint-Germain Liberal Jacques-Cartier
  Aimé Brisson Liberal Jeanne-Mance
  Henri Beaupré Liberal Jean-Talon
  Pierre Roy Union Nationale Joliette
  Gérald Harvey Liberal Jonquière
  Adélard D'Anjou Union Nationale Kamouraska
  Fernand Lafontaine Union Nationale Labelle
  Joseph-Léonce Desmeules Union Nationale Lac-Saint-Jean
  Jean-Paul Beaudry Union Nationale LaFontaine
  Robert Lussier Union Nationale L'Assomption
  René Lévesque Liberal Laurier
  Jean-Noël Lavoie Libéral Laval
  André Leduc Union Nationale Laviolette
  Jean-Marie Morin Union Nationale Lévis
  Armand Maltais Union Nationale Limoilou
  Fernand Lizotte Union Nationale L'Islet
  René Bernatchez Union Nationale Lotbinière
  Jean Lesage Liberal Louis-Hébert
  André Léveillé Union Nationale Maisonneuve
  Marie-Claire Kirkland Liberal Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  Rémi Paul Union Nationale Maskinongé
  Jean Bienvenue Liberal Matane
  Bona Arsenault Liberal Matapédia
  Marc Bergeron Union Nationale Mégantic
  Robert Bourassa Liberal Mercier
  Jean-Jacques Bertrand Union Nationale Missisquoi
  Marcel Masse Union Nationale Montcalm
  Jean-Paul Cloutier Union Nationale Montmagny
  Gaston Tremblay Union Nationale Montmorency
  Laurier Baillargeon Liberal Napierville-Laprairie
  Clément Vincent Union Nationale Nicolet
  Eric William Kierans Liberal Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
  Fernand Picard Liberal Olier
  Jérôme Choquette Liberal Outremont
  Roland Théorêt Union Nationale Papineau
  Raymond Thomas Johnston Union Nationale Pontiac
  Marcel-Rosaire Plamondon Union Nationale Portneuf
  Maurice Martel Union Nationale Richelieu
  Émilien Lafrance Liberal Richmond
  Maurice Tessier Liberal Rimouski
  Gérard Lebel Union Nationale Rivière-du-Loup
  Arthur-Ewen Séguin Independent Robert-Baldwin
  Joseph-Georges Gauthier Union Nationale Roberval
  Paul-Yvon Hamel Union Nationale Rouville
  Antonio Flamand Union Nationale Rouyn-Noranda
  Pierre-Willie Maltais Liberal Saguenay
  Francis Hanley Independent Saint-Anne
  Edgar Charbonneau Union Nationale Sainte-Marie
  Camille Martellani Union Nationale Saint-Henri
  Denis Bousquet Union Nationale Saint-Hyacinthe
  Paul Dozois Union Nationale Saint-Jacques
  Jérôme Proulx Union Nationale Saint-Jean
  Léo Pearson Liberal Saint-Laurent
  Harry Blank Liberal Saint-Louis
  Philippe Demers Union Nationale Saint-Maurice
  Francis Boudreau Union Nationale Saint-Sauveur
  Armand Russell Union Nationale Shefford
  Raynald Fréchette Union Nationale Sherbrooke
  Georges Vaillancourt Liberal Stanstead
  Guy Leduc Liberal Taillon
  Gilbert-Roland Théberge Liberal Témiscamingue
  Montcalm Simard Union Nationale Témiscouata
  Hubert Murray Union Nationale Terrebonne
  Yves Gabias Union Nationale Trois-Rivières
  Paul Gérin-Lajoie Liberal Vaudreuil-Soulanges
  Guy Lechasseur Liberal Verchères
  Claude Wagner Liberal Verdun
  John Richard Hyde Liberal Westmount
  René Lavoie Union Nationale Wolfe
  Paul Shooner Union Nationale Yamaska

Other elected MNAsEdit

Other MNAs were elected in by-elections during this mandate

Cabinet MinisterEdit

Johnson Sr. Cabinet (1966-1968)Edit

  • Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Daniel Johnson Sr.
  • Vice-President of the Executive Council: Jean-Jacques Bertrand
  • Agriculture and Colonization: Clement Vincent
  • Labour: Maurice Bellemare
  • Public Works: Fernand-Joseph Lafontaine (1966–1967), Armand Russell (1967–1968)
  • Cultural Affairs: Jean-Noël Tremblay
  • Health, Family and Social Welfare: Jean-Paul Cloutier
  • Education: Jean-Jacques Bertrand (1966–1967), Jean-Guy Cardinal (1967–1968)
  • Lands and Forests: Claude-Gilles Gosselin
  • Tourism, Hunting and Fishing: Gabriel Loubier
  • Natural Resources: Daniel Johnson Sr. (1966–1967), Paul-Emile Allard (1967–1968)
  • Roads: Fernand-Joseph Lafontaine
  • Transportation and Communications: Fernand Lizotte
  • Municipal Affairs: Paul Dozois (1966–1967), Robert Lussier (1967–1968)
  • Federal-provincial Affairs: Daniel Johnson Sr. (1966–1967)
    • Intergovernmental Affairs: Daniel Johnson Sr. (1967–1968)
  • Industry and Commerce:Maurice Bellemare (1966–1967), Jean-Paul Beaudry (1967–1968)
  • Financial Institutions, Companies and Cooperatives: Paul Dozois (1968)
  • Justice: Jean-Jacques Bertrand
  • Provincial Secretary: Yves Gabias
  • Finances: Paul Dozois
  • Revenue: Raymond Thomas Johnston
  • State Ministers: Francis Boudreau, Marcel Masse, Roch Boivin, Armand Russell (1966–1967), Edgar Charbonneau, Armand Maltais, Francois-Eugene Mathieu, Paul-Emile Allard (1966–1967), Jean-Marie Morin (1968)

Bertrand Cabinet (1968-1970)Edit

  • Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Jean-Jacques Bertrand
  • Vice-President of the Executive Council: Jean-Guy Cardinal
  • Agriculture and Colonization: Clément Vincent
  • Labour: Maurice Bellemare (1968)
    • Labour and Workforce: Maurice Bellemare (1968–1970), Jean Cournoyer (1970)
  • Public Works: Armand Russell
  • Public Office: Jean Cournoyer (1969–1970)
  • Cultural Affairs: Jean-Noël Tremblay
  • Immigration: Yves Gabias (1968–1969), Mario Beaulieu (1969–1970)
  • Health, Family and Social Welfare: Jean-Paul Cloutier
  • Education: Jean-Guy Cardinal
  • Lands and Forests: Claude-Gilles Gosselin
  • Tourism, Hunting and Fishing: Gabriel Loubier
  • Natural Resources: Paul-Émile Allard
  • Roads: Fernand-Joseph Lafontaine
  • Transportation and Communications: Fernand Lizotte (1968–1970)
    • Transportation: Fernand Lizotte (1970)
    • Communications: Gérard Lebel (1970)
  • Municipal Affairs: Robert Lussier
  • Intergovernmental Affairs: Jean-Jacques Bertrand (1968–1969), Marcel Masse (1969–1970)
  • Industry and Commerce:Jean-Paul Beaudry
  • Financial Institutions, Companies and Cooperatives: Paul Dozois (1968), Yves Gabias (1968–1969), Mario Beaulieu (1969), Armand Maltais (1969–1970)
  • Justice: Jean-Jacques Bertrand (1968–1969), Rémi Paul (1969–1970)
  • Provincial Secretary: Yves Gabias (1968), Rémi Paul (1968–1970)
  • Finances: Paul Dozois (1968–1969), Jean-Jacques Bertrand (1969), Mario Beaulieu (1969–1970)
  • Revenu: Raymond Thomas Johnston
  • State Ministers: Roch Boivin, Jean-Marie Morin, Francois-Eugène Mathieu, Francis Boudreau, Marcel Masse (1968), François Gagnon (1969–1970), Edgar Charbonneau

DiagramEdit

 
Diagram of the 3rd Session of the 28th Legislature, as of 22 October 1968

ReferencesEdit

Notes
  1. ^ "L'Assemblée législative devient l'Assemblée nationale: 31 décembre 1968". Révolution tranquille (in French). Government of Quebec. Retrieved February 19, 2012.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-johnson.html#1968p
  3. ^ http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-notre-dame-de-grace.html#1968p
  4. ^ http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-dorion.html#1969p
  5. ^ http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-trois-rivieres.html#1969p
  6. ^ http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-vaudreuil-soulanges.html#1969p
  7. ^ http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-sainte-marie.html#1969p
  8. ^ http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-saint-jacques.html#1969p