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The 36th National Assembly of Quebec was the provincial legislature in Quebec, Canada that was elected in the 1998 Quebec general election and sat from March 2, 1999, to March 9, 2001, and from March 22, 2001, to March 12, 2003. The Parti Québécois was the governing party with premiers Lucien Bouchard (November 1998 to January 2001) and Bernard Landry (January 2001 to April 2003).

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Seats per political partyEdit

Affiliation Members
  Parti Québécois 76
  Parti libéral du Québec 48
  Action démocratique du Québec 1
 Total
125
 Government Majority
27

Member listEdit

This was the list of members of the National Assembly of Quebec that were elected in the 1998 election:

Name Party Riding
  André Pelletier Parti Québécois Abitibi-Est
  François Gendron Parti Québécois Abitibi-Ouest
     Yvan Bordeleau Libéral Acadie
     Jean-Sébastien Lamoureux Libéral Anjou
     David Whissell Libéral Argenteuil
  Jacques Baril Parti Québécois Arthabaska
     Normand Poulin Libéral Beauce-Nord
     Diane Leblanc Libéral Beauce-Sud
     André Chenail Libéral Beauharnois-Huntingdon
  Claude Lachance Parti Québécois Bellechasse
  Gilles Baril Parti Québécois Berthier
  Claude Cousineau Parti Québécois Bertrand
  Céline Signori Parti Québécois Blainville
     Nathalie Normandeau Libéral Bonaventure
  Jean-Pierre Charbonneau Parti Québécois Borduas
     Michèle Lamquin-Éthier Libéral Bourassa
  Diane Lemieux Parti Québécois Bourget
     Pierre Paradis Libéral Brome-Missisquoi
  Louise Beaudoin Parti Québécois Chambly
  Yves Beaumier Parti Québécois Champlain
     Benoît Pelletier Libéral Chapleau
  Jean Rochon Parti Québécois Charlesbourg
  Rosaire Bertrand Parti Québécois Charlevoix
     Jean-Marc Fournier Libéral Châteauguay
  Raymond Brouillet Parti Québécois Chauveau
  Stéphane Bédard Parti Québécois Chicoutimi
     Thomas J. Mulcair Libéral Chomedey
  Denise Carrier-Perreault Parti Québécois Chutes-de-la-Chaudière
  Manon Blanchet Parti Québécois Crémazie
     Lawrence Bergman Libéral D'Arcy-McGee
  Hélène Robert Parti Québécois Deux-Montagnes
  Normand Jutras Parti Québécois Drummond
  Jacques Côté Parti Québécois Dubuc
  Normand Duguay Parti Québécois Duplessis
  Joseph Facal Parti Québécois Fabre
  Marc Boulianne Parti Québécois Frontenac
  Guy Lelièvre Parti Québécois Gaspé
     Réjean Lafrenière Libéral Gatineau
  André Boisclair Parti Québécois Gouin
  Robert Kieffer Parti Québécois Groulx
  Louise Harel Parti Québécois Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
     Roch Cholette Libéral Hull
  Jean-Paul Bergeron Parti Québécois Iberville
  Maxime Arseneau Parti Québécois Îles-de-la-Madeleine
     Geoffrey Kelley Libéral Jacques-Cartier
     Michel Bissonnet Libéral Jeanne-Mance
     Margaret F. Delisle Libéral Jean-Talon
  Claude Boucher Parti Québécois Johnson
  Guy Chevrette Parti Québécois Joliette
  Lucien Bouchard Parti Québécois Jonquière
     Claude Béchard Libéral Kamouraska-Témiscouata
  Jacques Léonard Parti Québécois Labelle
  Jacques Brassard Parti Québécois Lac-Saint-Jean
     Jean-Claude Gobé Libéral LaFontaine
  Michel Côté Parti Québécois La Peltrie
     Fatima Houda-Pepin Libéral La Pinière
     André Bourbeau Libéral Laporte
  Serge Geoffrion Parti Québécois La Prairie
  Jean-Claude St-André Parti Québécois L'Assomption
     Christos Sirros Libéral Laurier-Dorion
  Serge Ménard Parti Québécois Laval-des-Rapides
  Jean-Pierre Jolivet Parti Québécois Laviolette
  Linda Goupil Parti Québécois Lévis
     Michel Després Libéral Limoilou
  Jean-Guy Paré Parti Québécois Lotbinière
  Paul Bégin Parti Québécois Louis-Hébert
     Monique Jérôme-Forget Libéral Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  François Beaulne Parti Québécois Marguerite-D'Youville
  Cécile Vermette Parti Québécois Marie-Victorin
     François Ouimet Libéral Marquette
  Rémy Désilets Parti Québécois Maskinongé
  Gilles Labbé (elected on December 14, 1998) Parti Québécois Masson
  Matthias Rioux Parti Québécois Matane
  Danielle Doyer Parti Québécois Matapédia
     Madeleine Bélanger Libéral Mégantic-Compton
  Robert Perreault Parti Québécois Mercier
  Lyse Leduc Parti Québécois Mille-Îles
     Réal Gauvin Libéral Montmagny-L'Islet
  Jean-François Simard Parti Québécois Montmorency
     André Tranchemontagne Libéral Mont-Royal
     Russell Williams Libéral Nelligan
  Michel Morin Parti Québécois Nicolet-Yamaska
     Russell Copeman Libéral Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
     Robert Benoit Libéral Orford
     Pierre-Étienne Laporte Libéral Outremont
     Norman MacMillan Libéral Papineau
  Nicole Léger Parti Québécois Pointe-aux-Trembles
     Robert Middlemiss Libéral Pontiac
  Roger Bertrand Parti Québécois Portneuf
  Lucie Papineau Parti Québécois Prévost
  Sylvain Simard Parti Québécois Richelieu
     Yvon Vallières Libéral Richmond
  Solange Charest Parti Québécois Rimouski
  Mario Dumont ADQ Rivière-du-Loup
     Pierre Marsan Libéral Robert-Baldwin
  Benoît Laprise Parti Québécois Roberval
  Rita Dionne-Marsolais Parti Québécois Rosemont
  François Legault Parti Québécois Rousseau
  Rémy Trudel Parti Québécois Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue
  Gabriel-Yvan Gagnon Parti Québécois Saguenay
     Monique Gagnon-Tremblay Libéral Saint-François
     Nicole Loiselle Libéral Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne
  Léandre Dion Parti Québécois Saint-Hyacinthe
  Roger Paquin Parti Québécois Saint-Jean
     Jacques Dupuis Libéral Saint-Laurent
  André Boulerice Parti Québécois Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques
  Claude Pinard Parti Québécois Saint-Maurice
  Serge Deslières Parti Québécois Salaberry-Soulanges
     Line Beauchamp Libéral Sauvé
     Bernard Brodeur Libéral Shefford
     Jean Charest Libéral Sherbrooke
  Pauline Marois Parti Québécois Taillon
  Agnès Maltais Parti Québécois Taschereau
  Jocelyne Caron Parti Québécois Terrebonne
  Guy Julien Parti Québécois Trois-Rivières
  Michel Létourneau Parti Québécois Ungava
  David Payne Parti Québécois Vachon
  Diane Barbeau Parti Québécois Vanier
     Yvon Marcoux Libéral Vaudreuil
  Bernard Landry Parti Québécois Verchères
     Henri-François Gautrin Libéral Verdun
     William Cusano Libéral Viau
     Cosmo Maciocia Libéral Viger
  David Cliche Parti Québécois Vimont
     Jacques Chagnon Libéral Westmount–Saint-Louis

Other elected MNAsEdit

Other MNAs were elected in by-elections during this mandate

Cabinet MinistersEdit

Bouchard Cabinet (1998-2001)Edit

  • Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Lucien Boucahrd
  • Deputy Premier: Bernard Landry
  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Rémy Trudel
  • Social Solidarity: André Boisclair
  • Labor and Employment: Diane Lemieux
  • President of the Treasury Board, Administration and Public Office: Jacques Léonard
  • Information Highway and Government Services: David Cliche
  • Culture and Communications: Agnès Maltais
  • International Relations: Louise Beaudoin
  • Indian Affairs: Guy Cheverette
  • Health and Social Services: Pauline Marois
  • Health, Social Services and Youth Protection (Delegate): Gilles Baril
  • Education and Youth (State Minister): François Legault
  • Education: François Legault
  • Family and Children: Pauline Marois, Nicole Léger (Delegate)
  • Transportation: Guy Chevrette, Jacques Baril (Delegate)
  • Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs: Joseph Facal
  • Municipal Affairs and Metropole: Louise Harel
  • Relations with the Citizens and Immigration: Robert Perreault (1998–2000), Sylvain Simard (2000–2001)
  • Tourism: Maxime Arseneau
  • Environment: Paul Bégin
  • Natural Resources: Jacques Brassard
  • Regions: Jean-Pierre Jolivet
  • Justice: Linda Goupil
  • Public Safety: Serge Ménard
  • Finances: Bernard Landry
  • Economy and Finances (State Minister): Bernard Landry
  • Revenue: Rita Dionne-Marsolais (1998–1999), Bernard Landry (1999), Paul Bégin (1999–2001)
  • Industry and Commerce: Bernard Landry, Guy Julien (Delegate)

Landry Cabinet (2001-2003)Edit

  • Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Bernard Landry
  • Deputy Premier: Pauline Marois
  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Maxime Arseneau
  • Employment and Social Solidarity: Jean Rochon (2001)
  • Employment (Delegate): Agnès Maltais (2001)
    • Social Solidarity: Jean Rochon (2001–2002), Linda Goupil (2002–2003)
    • Labor, Employment and Social Solidarity (State Minister): Jean Rochon (2001–2003)
      • Labor and Social Solidarity (State Minister): Jean Rochon (2001)
  • Labor: Jean Rochon
  • Human Resources and Labour (State Minister): Jean Rochon (2002–2003)
  • President of the Treasury Board, Administration and Public Office: Sylvain Simard (2001–2002), Joseph Facal (2002–2003)
  • Renewal of the Public Office (Secretary of State): Stéphane Bedard (2002–2003)
  • Culture and Communications: Diane Lemieux
  • International Relations: Louise Beaudoin
  • Indian Affairs: Guy Cheverette (2001–2002), Rémy Trudel (2002), Michel Létourneau (2002–2003)
  • Health and Social Services: Rémy Trudel (2001–2002), François Legault (2002–2003), David Levine (Delegate) (2002–2003)
  • Health, Social Services and Youth Protection (Delegate): Agnès Maltais (2001–2002)
    • Health, Social Services, Youth Protection and Rehabilitation: Roger Bertrand (2002–2003)
  • Housing: Jacques Côté (2002–2003)
  • Education and Youth (State Minister): François Legault
  • Education and Employment (State Minister): François Legault (2001–2002), Sylvain Simard (2002–2003)
  • Education: Francois Legault (2001–2002), Sylvain Simard (2002–2003)
  • Family and Children: Linda Goupil
  • Social Solidarity, Family and Children (State Minister): Linda Goupil (2002–2003)
  • Fight Against Poverty and Discrimination: Nicole Léger
  • Status of Women: Jocelyne Caron
  • Transportation: Guy Chevrette (2001–2002), Serge Ménard (2002–2003)
  • Transportation and Maritime Policies (Delegate): Jacques Baril
  • Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs: Joseph Facal (2001–2002), Jean-Pierre Charbonneau (2002–2003)
  • Municipal Affairs and Metropole: Louise Harel (2001–2002), André Boisclair (2002–2003)
  • Municipal Infrastructures: Claude Boucher
  • Capitale-Nationale: Rosaire Bertrand (2001–2003)
  • Immigration Initiation and Integration (State Minister): André Boulerice
  • Relations with the Citizens and Immigration: Joseph Facal (2001–2002), Rémy Trudel (2002–2003), André Boulerice (Delegate) (2002–2003)
  • Democratic Institutions Reform: Jean-Pierre Charbonneau (2002–2003)
  • Tourism, Recreation and Sport: Richard Legendre
  • Environment: André Boisclair
  • Environment and Water: André Boisclair (State Minister) (2001–2002), Jean-François Simard (2002–2003)
  • Natural Resources: Jacques Brassard (2001–2002), Gilles Baril (2002), François Gendron (2002–2003), Rita Dionne-Marsolais (Delegate) (2001–2003)
  • Natural Resources (State Minister): Gilles Baril (2002–2003)
  • Energy: Rita Dionne-Marsolais: (2002–2003)
  • Forest Management and Rural Regions: François Gendron (2002–2003)
  • Regions: Gilles Baril (2001–2002), Remy Trudel (2002–2003)
  • Resource Regions (Secretary of State: Lucie Papineau)
  • Population and Indian Affairs:Remy Trudel (2002)
    • Population, Regions and Indian Affairs (State Minister): Remy Trudel (2002–2003)
  • Northern Quebec development: Michel Letourneau (2002–2003)
  • Justice: Paul Bégin (2001–2002), Normand Jutras (2002–2003)
  • Public Safety: Serge Ménard (2001–2002, 2002–2003), Normand Jutras (2002)
  • Finances: Pauline Marois (2001–2002)
  • Economy and Finances (State Minister): Pauline Marois (2001–2002)
  • Industry and Commerce: Gilles Baril (2001–2002), Pauline Marois (2002), Lucie Papineau (Delegate) (2002–2003)
  • Research, Science and Technology: Pauline Marois, David Cliche (Delegate), Solange Charest (Secretary of State) (2002–2003)
    • Finances, Economy and Research: Pauline Marois (2002–2003)
  • Revenue: Guy Julien

New electoral districtsEdit

An electoral map reform was made in 2001 and went into effect for the 2003 election.[13]

The following electoral districts were created:

The following electoral districts disappeared:

The following electoral district was renamed:

ReferencesEdit