32nd Quebec Legislature

The 32nd National Assembly of Quebec was the provincial legislature in Quebec, Canada that was elected in the 1981 Quebec general election. It sat for a total of five sessions from May 19, 1981, to June 18, 1981; from September 30, 1981, to October 2, 1981; from November 9, 1981, to March 10, 1983; from March 23, 1983, to June 20, 1984; and from October 16, 1984, to October 10, 1985. The Parti Québécois government was led by Premier René Lévesque for most of the mandate, and by Pierre-Marc Johnson for a few months prior to the 1985 election. The Liberal opposition was led by Claude Ryan, by interim Liberal leader Gérard D. Levesque, and then by Robert Bourassa.

Seats per political partyEdit

Affiliation Members
  Parti Québécois 80
  Parti libéral du Québec 42
 Total
122
 Government Majority
38

Member listEdit

This was the list of members of the National Assembly of Quebec that were elected in the 1981 election:

Name Party Riding
  Jean-Paul Bordeleau Parti Québécois Abitibi-Est
  François Gendron Parti Québécois Abitibi-Ouest
  Pierre-Marc Johnson Parti Québécois Anjou
     Claude Ryan Libéral Argenteuil
  Jacques Baril Parti Québécois Arthabaska
  Adrien Ouellette Parti Québécois Beauce-Nord
     Hermann Mathieu Libéral Beauce-Sud
  Laurent Lavigne Parti Québécois Beauharnois
  Claude Lachance Parti Québécois Bellechasse
     Albert Houde Libéral Berthier
  Denis Lazure Parti Québécois Bertrand
     Gérard D. Levesque Libéral Bonaventure
  Patrice Laplante Parti Québécois Bourassa
  Camille Laurin Parti Québécois Bourget
     Pierre Paradis Libéral Brome-Missisquoi
  Luc Tremblay Parti Québécois Chambly
  Marcel Gagnon Parti Québécois Champlain
     John J. Kehoe Libéral Chapleau
  Denis de Belleval Parti Québécois Charlesbourg
     Raymond Mailloux Libéral Charlevoix
  Roland Dussault Parti Québécois Châteauguay
  Raymond Brouillet Parti Québécois Chauveau
  Marc-André Bédard Parti Québécois Chicoutimi
     Lise Bacon Libéral Chomedey
  Guy Tardif Parti Québécois Crémazie
     Herbert Marx Libéral D'Arcy-McGee
  Pierre de Bellefeuille Parti Québécois Deux-Montagnes
  Huguette Lachapelle Parti Québécois Dorion
  Michel Clair Parti Québécois Drummond
  Hubert Desbiens Parti Québécois Dubuc
  Denis Perron Parti Québécois Duplessis
  Michel Leduc Parti Québécois Fabre
  Gilles Grégoire Parti Québécois Frontenac
  Henri Le May Parti Québécois Gaspé
     Michel Gratton Libéral Gatineau
  Jacques Rochefort Parti Québécois Gouin
  Elie Fallu Parti Québécois Groulx
     Gilles Rocheleau Libéral Hull
     Claude Dubois Libéral Huntingdon
  Jacques Beauséjour Parti Québécois Iberville
  Denise Leblanc Parti Québécois Îles-de-la-Madeleine
     Joan Dougherty Libéral Jacques-Cartier
     Michel Bissonnet Libéral Jeanne-Mance
     Jean-Claude Rivest Libéral Jean-Talon
  Carmen Juneau Parti Québécois Johnson
  Guy Chevrette Parti Québécois Joliette
  Claude Vaillancourt Parti Québécois Jonquière
  Léonard Lévesque Parti Québécois Kamouraska-Témiscouata
  Jacques Léonard Parti Québécois Labelle
     Thérèse Lavoie-Roux Libéral L'Acadie
  Jacques Brassard Parti Québécois Lac-Saint-Jean
  Marcel Léger Parti Québécois LaFontaine
  Pauline Marois Parti Québécois La Peltrie
     André Bourbeau Libéral Laporte
     Jean-Pierre Saintonge Libéral La Prairie
  Jacques Parizeau Parti Québécois L'Assomption
     Christos Sirros Libéral Laurier
  Bernard Landry Parti Québécois Laval-des-Rapides
  Jean-Pierre Jolivet Parti Québécois Laviolette
  Jean Garon Parti Québécois Lévis
  Raymond Gravel Parti Québécois Limoilou
  Rodrigue Biron Parti Québécois Lotbinière
  Claude Morin Parti Québécois Louis-Hébert
  Louise Harel Parti Québécois Maisonneuve
     Fernand Lalonde Libéral Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  Pierre Marois Parti Québécois Marie-Victorin
     Claude Dauphin Libéral Marquette
     Yvon Picotte Libéral Maskinongé
  Yves Bérubé Parti Québécois Matane
  Léopold Marquis Parti Québécois Matapédia
     Fabien Bélanger Libéral Mégantic-Compton
  Gérald Godin Parti Québécois Mercier
  Jean-Paul Champagne Parti Québécois Mille-Îles
  Jacques LeBlanc Parti Québécois Montmagny-L'Islet
  Clément Richard Parti Québécois Montmorency
     John Ciaccia Libéral Mont-Royal
     Clifford Lincoln Libéral Nelligan
  Yves Beaumier Parti Québécois Nicolet
     Reed Scowen Libéral Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
     Georges Vaillancourt Libéral Orford
     Pierre Fortier Libéral Outremont
     Mark Assad Libéral Papineau
     Robert Middlemiss Libéral Pontiac
     Michel Pagé Libéral Portneuf
  Robert Dean Parti Québécois Prévost
  Maurice Martel Parti Québécois Richelieu
     Yvon Vallières Libéral Richmond
  Alain Marcoux Parti Québécois Rimouski
  Jules Boucher Parti Québécois Rivière-du-Loup
     John O'Gallagher Libéral Robert-Baldwin
  Michel Gauthier Parti Québécois Roberval
  Gilbert Paquette Parti Québécois Rosemont
  René Blouin Parti Québécois Rousseau
  Gilles Baril Parti Québécois Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue
  Lucien Lessard Parti Québécois Saguenay
     Maximilien Polak Libéral Saint-Anne
  Guy Bisaillon Parti Québécois Sainte-Marie
  Réal Rancourt Parti Québécois Saint-François
     Roma Hains Libéral Saint-Henri
  Maurice Dupré Parti Québécois Saint-Hyacinthe
  Claude Charron Parti Québécois Saint-Jacques
  Jérôme Proulx Parti Québécois Saint-Jean
     Claude Forget Libéral Saint-Laurent
     Harry Blank Libéral Saint-Louis
  Yves Duhaime Parti Québécois Saint-Maurice
  Jacques-Yvan Morin Parti Québécois Sauvé
  Roger Paré Parti Québécois Shefford
  Raynald Fréchette Parti Québécois Sherbrooke
  René Lévesque Parti Québécois Taillon
  Richard Guay Parti Québécois Taschereau
  Yves Blais Parti Québécois Terrebonne
  Denis Vaugeois Parti Québécois Trois-Rivières
  Marcel Lafrenière Parti Québécois Ungava
  David Payne Parti Québécois Vachon
  Jean-François Bertrand Parti Québécois Vanier
     Daniel Johnson Jr. Libéral Vaudreuil-Soulanges
  Jean-Pierre Charbonneau Parti Québécois Verchères
     Lucien Caron Libéral Verdun
     William Cusano Libéral Viau
     Cosmo Maciocia Libéral Viger
  Jean-Guy Rodrigue Parti Québécois Vimont
     Richard French Libéral Westmount

Other elected MNAsEdit

Other MNAs were elected in by-elections during this mandate

Cabinet MinistersEdit

Levesque Cabinet (1981-1985)Edit

  • Prime Minister and Executive Council President: René Lévesque
  • Deputy Premier: Jacques-Yvan Morin (1981–1984), Camille Laurin (1984), Marc-André Bédard (1984–1985)
  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Jean Garon
  • Labor, Workforce and Revenue Security: Raynald Fréchette (1981–1982)
    • Labor: Raynald Fréchette (1982–1985)
    • Workforce and Revenue Security: Pierre Marois (1982–1983), Pauline Marois (1983–1985)
  • Employment: Robert Dean (1984–1985)
    • Public Works and Provisioning: Alain Marcoux (1981–1984)
  • Administration: Yves Bérubé (1981–1982), Michel Clair (1984–1985)
    • Administration Reform: Yves Bérubé (1982–1984)
  • Public Office: Denise Leblanc (1981–1984)
  • Cultural Affairs: Clément Richard
  • Cultural and Science Development: Jacques-Yvan Morin (1981–1982), Gerald Godin (1982)
  • Cultural Communities and Immigration: Gérald Godin (1981–1984, 1984–1985), Louise Harel (1984), Pierre-Marc Johnson (1984)
  • Social Affairs: Pierre-Marc Johnson (1981–1984), Camille Laurin (1984), Michel Clair (1984), Guy Chevrette (1984–1985)
    • Health and Social Services: Guy Chevrette (1985)
  • Social Development: Denis Lazure (1981–1982)
  • Family Policies: Yves Beaumier (1985)
  • Status of Women : Pauline Marois (1981–1983, 1985), Denise Leblanc (1983–1984), René Lévesque (1984–1985), Francine Lalonde (1985)
  • Language Affairs: Gérald Godin (1984)
  • Education: Camille Laurin (1981–1984), Yves Bérubé (1984), François Gendron (1984)
  • Science and Technology:Gilbert Paquette (1982–1984), Yves Bérubé (1984)
    • Superior Education in Science and Technology: Yves Bérubé (1984–1985)
  • Recreation, Hunting and Fishing: Lucien Lessard (1981–1982), Guy Chevrette (1982–1984), Jacques Brassard (1984–1985)
  • Transportation: Michel Clair (1981–1984), Jacques Léonard (1984), Guy Tardif (1984–1985)
  • Communications: Jean-François Bertrand
  • Relations with Citizens: Denis Lazure (1982–1984), Élie Fallu (1984–1985)
  • Municipal Affairs:Jacques Léonard (1981–1984), Alain Marcoux (1984–1985)
  • Environment: Marcel Léger (1981–1982), Adrien Ouellette (1982–1985)
  • Energy and Resources: Yves Duhaime (1981–1984), Jean-Guy Rodrigue (1984)
    • Forests: Jean-Pierre Jolivet (1984–1985)
  • Intergovernmental Affairs: Claude Morin (1981–1982), Jacques-Yvan Morin (1982–1984)
    • Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs: Pierre-Marc Johnson (1984–1985)
    • International Relations: Bernard Landry (1984–1985)
  • Electoral reform: Marc-André Bedard
  • Parliamentary Affairs: Claude Charron
  • Industry, Commerce and Tourism: Rodrigue Biron (1981–1984)
    • Industry and Commerce: Rodrigue Biron (1984–1985)
    • Tourism: Marcel Léger (1984–1985)
  • Planning: François Gendron (1981–1982)
    • Planning and Regional Development: François Gendron (1982–1984)
    • Development and Regional Roads: Henri Lemay (1984–1985)
  • Housing and Consumer's Protection: Guy Tardif (1981–1984), Jacques Rochefort (1984–1985)
  • Justice: Marc-André Bédard (1981–1984), Pierre-Marc Johnson (1984–1985)
  • Finances: Jacques Parizeau (1981–1984), Yves Duhaime (1984–1985)
  • President of the Treasury Board: Yves Bérubé (1981–1984), Michel Clair (1984–1985)
  • Revenue: Raynald Fréchette (1981–1982), Alain Marcoux (1982–1984), Robert Dean (1984), Maurice Martel (1984–1985)
  • Financial Institutions and Cooperatives: Jacques Parizeau (1981–1982)
  • Economic Development: Bernard Landry (1981–1982)
  • Foreign Trade:Bernard Landry (1982–1985)

Johnson Cabinet (1985)Edit

  • Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Pierre-Marc Johnson
  • Deputy Premier: Marc-Andre Bédard
  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Jean Garon
  • Labor: Raynald Fréchette
  • Workforce and Revenue Security: Pauline Marois
  • Employment: Robert Dean
  • Administration: Michel Clair
  • Cultural Affairs: Clement Richard (1985), Gerald Godin (1985)
  • Cultural Communities and Immigration: Gérald Godin (1985), Élie Fallu (1985)
  • Health and Social Services:Guy Chevrette
  • Family Policies: Yves Beaumier
  • Status of Women : Pauline Marois (1985), Lise Denis (1985)
  • Education: Francois Gendron
  • Superior Education in Science and Technology: Yves Bérubé (1985), Jean-Guy Rodrigue (1985)
  • Recreation, Hunting and Fishing: Jacques Brassard
  • Transportation: Guy Tardif (1985)
  • Communications: Jean-François Bertrand
  • Relations with Citizens: Elie Fallu (1985), Rollande Cloutier (1985)
  • Municipal Affairs:Alain Marcoux
  • Environment: Adrien Ouellette
  • Energy and Resources: Jean-Guy Rodrigue (1985), Michel Clair (1985)
  • Forests: Jean-Pierre Jolivet
  • Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs: Pierre-Marc Johnson
  • International Relations: Bernard Landry (1985), Louise Beaudoin (1985)
  • Electoral reform: Marc-André Bédard
  • Industry and Commerce: Rodrigue Biron
  • Tourism: Marcel Leger
  • Planning: Alain Marcoux
  • Development and Regional Roads: Henri Lemay
  • Housing and Consumer's Protection: Jacques Rochefort (1985)
  • Justice: Raynald Fréchette
  • Solicitor General: Marc-André Bédard
  • Finances: Yves Duhaime (1985), Bernard Landry (1985)
  • President of the Treasury Board: Michel Clair
  • Revenue: Maurice Martel
  • Foreign Trade: Bernard Landry (1985), Jean-Guy Parent (1985)

New electoral districtsEdit

A electoral map reform was made in 1985 and implemented in the elections later that year.[15]

ReferencesEdit

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