The 29th National Assembly of Quebec was the provincial legislature in Quebec, Canada that was elected in the 1970 Quebec general election. It sat for four sessions, from 9 June 1970 to 19 December 1970; from 23 February 1971 to 24 December 1971; from 7 March 1972 to 14 March 1973; and from 15 March 1973 to 25 September 1973. The governing Quebec Liberal Party was led by Premier Robert Bourassa; the official opposition Union Nationale was led by Jean-Jacques Bertrand and later by Gabriel Loubier. The events of the October Crisis took place during this mandate.
Seats per political partyEdit
- After the 1970 elections
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| Government Majority
Other elected MNAsEdit
Other MNAs were elected during this mandate in by-elections
- Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Robert Bourassa
- Deputy Premier: Gérard D. Levesque
- Agriculture and Colonization: Normand Toupin
- Labour and Workforce: Pierre Laporte (1970), Jean Cournoyer (1970–1973)
- Public Works: Maurice Tessier (1970, 1973), Bernard Pinard (1970–1973)
- Public Works and Provisioning: Maurice Tessier (1973)
- Public Office: Raymond Garneau (1970), Jean-Paul L'Allier (1970–1972), Jean Cournoyer (1972–1973), Oswald Parent (1973)
- Cultural Affairs: François Cloutier (1970–1972), Marie-Claire Kirkland (1972–1973)
- Immigration: Pierre Laporte (1970), François Cloutier (1970–1972), Jean Bienvenue (1972–1973)
- Health, Family and Social Welfare: Claude Castonguay (1970)
- Social Affairs: Claude Castonguay (1970–1973)
- Education: Guy Saint-Pierre (1970–1972), François Cloutier (1972–1973)
- Lands and Forests: Thomas Kevin Drummond
- Tourism, Hunting and Fishing: Marie-Claire Kirkland (1970–1972), Guy Saint-Pierre (1972), Claude Simard (1972–1973)
- Natural Resources: Jean-Gilles Massé
- Roads: Bernard Pinard (1970–1973)
- Transportation: Georges-Emery Tremblay (1970–1971), Bernard Pinard (1971–1973)
- Communications: Jean-Paul L'Allier
- Municipal Affairs: Maurice Tessier (1970–1973), Victor Goldbloom (1973)
- Intergovernmental Affairs: Gérard D. Levesque (1970–1971, 1972–1973), Robert Bourassa (1971–1972)
- Industry and Commerce:Gérard D. Levesque (1970–1972), Guy Saint-Pierre (1972–1973)
- Financial Institutions, Companies and Cooperatives: Jérôme Choquette (1970), William Tetley (1970–1973)
- Justice: Jérôme Choquette
- Solicitor General: Roy Fournier (1971–1972)
- Finances: Robert Bourassa (1970), Raymond Garneau (1970–1973)
- President of the Treasury Board: Raymond Garneau (1971–1973)
- Revenu: William Tetley (1970), Gérald Harvey (1970–1973)
- State Ministers: Oswald Parent (1970–1973), Raymond Mailloux (1972–1973), Georges-Emery Tremblay (1971–1973), Claude Simard (1970–1972), Victor Goldbloom (1970–1973), Gérald Harvey (1970), Paul Phaneuf (1973), Robert Quenneville, Roy Fournier (1970–1971), Jean Bienvenue (1971–1972)
New electoral districtsEdit
- Anjou was created from parts of LaFontaine
- Dorchester was renamed Beauce-Nord
- Beauce was renamed Beauce-Sud
- Brome and Missiquoi were merged to form Brome-Missisquoi.
- Charlesbourg was created from parts of Chauveau.
- Ahuntsic was renamed Crémazie.
- The old Frontenac riding was split. A new, unrelated Frontenac was created from the renaming and partial merger of Mégantic.
- Gaspé, which had been previously split into Gaspé-Nord and Gaspé-Sud, returned as a reunited single riding.
- Bagot was renamed Johnson
- Joliette and Montcalm merged to form Joliette-Montcalm
- L'Acadie was created from parts of Saint-Laurent and Ahuntsic.
- Kamouraska and Témiscouata were merged to form Kamouraska-Témiscouata.
- Montmagny and L'Islet were merged to form Montmagny-L'Islet.
- Parts of Mégantic and all of Compton were merged to form Mégantic-Compton.
- Napierville-Laprairie was renamed La Prairie.
- Mille-Iles was created from parts of Fabre.
- Mont-Royal was created from parts of Outremont.
- Nicolet and Yamaska were merged to form Nicolet-Yamaska.
- Pointe-Claire was formed from parts of Jacques-Cartier and Robert-Baldwin.
- Prévost was created from parts of Terrebonne.
- Rosemont was created from parts of Jeanne-Mance.
- Sauvé was created from parts of Bourassa.
- Taschereau was created from parts of Jean-Talon.
- Labelle was renamed Laurentides-Labelle.
- Laporte was formed from parts of Taillon