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41st Quebec Legislature

The 41st National Assembly of Quebec consists of those elected in the 2014 general election. Philippe Couillard (Liberal) is the premier.

41st Quebec Legislature
Majority parliament
May 20, 2014 – August 23, 2018
Parliament leaders
PremierPhilippe Couillard
Leader of the
Opposition
Stéphane Bédard
Pierre Karl Péladeau
Sylvain Gaudreault
Jean-François Lisée
Party caucuses
GovernmentLiberal
OppositionParti Québécois
Third partyCoalition Avenir Québec
UnrecognizedQuébec solidaire
National Assembly
41st Quebec Legislature Wminster.svg
Seating arrangements of the National Assembly
Members125 MNA seats
Sovereign
MonarchElizabeth II
6 February 1952 – present
Lieutenant
Governor
Pierre Duchesne
J. Michel Doyon
Sessions
1st Session
May 20, 2014 – August 23, 2018
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Member listEdit

Cabinet ministers are in bold, party leaders are in italic and the president of the National Assembly is marked with a †.

Name Party Riding
  Guy Bourgeois Liberal Abitibi-Est
  François Gendron Parti Québécois Abitibi-Ouest
  Christine St-Pierre Liberal Acadie
  Lise Thériault Liberal Anjou–Louis-Riel
  Yves St-Denis Liberal Argenteuil
  Sylvie Roy (until July 31, 2016) CAQ Arthabaska
  Independent (since August 26, 2015)
  Éric Lefebvre (from December 5, 2016) CAQ
  André Spénard CAQ Beauce-Nord
  Robert Dutil (until September 22, 2015) Liberal Beauce-Sud
  Paul Busque (from November 9, 2015) Liberal
  Guy Leclair Parti Québécois Beauharnois
  Dominique Vien Liberal Bellechasse
  André Villeneuve Parti Québécois Berthier
  Claude Cousineau Parti Québécois Bertrand
  Mario Laframboise CAQ Blainville
  Sylvain Roy Parti Québécois Bonaventure
  Simon Jolin-Barrette CAQ Borduas
  Rita de Santis Liberal Bourassa-Sauvé
  Maka Kotto Parti Québécois Bourget
  Pierre Paradis Liberal Brome-Missisquoi
  Independent (since January 26, 2017)
  Jean-François Roberge CAQ Chambly
  Pierre-Michel Auger Liberal Champlain
  Marc Carrière Liberal Chapleau
  François Blais Liberal Charlesbourg
  Caroline Simard Liberal Charlevoix–Côte-de-Beaupré
  Pierre Moreau Liberal Châteauguay
  Gérard Deltell (until April 7, 2015) CAQ Chauveau
  Véronyque Tremblay (from June 8, 2015) Liberal
  Stéphane Bédard (until October 22, 2015) Parti Québécois Chicoutimi
  Mireille Jean (from April 11, 2016) Parti Québécois
  Guy Ouellette Liberal Chomedey
  Marc Picard CAQ Chutes-de-la-Chaudière
  Norbert Morin Liberal Côte-du-Sud
  Marie Montpetit Liberal Crémazie
  David Birnbaum Liberal D'Arcy-McGee
  Benoit Charette CAQ Deux-Montagnes
  Sébastien Schneeberger CAQ Drummond–Bois-Francs
  Serge Simard Liberal Dubuc
  Lorraine Richard Parti Québécois Duplessis
  Gilles Ouimet (until August 24, 2015) Liberal Fabre
  Monique Sauvé (from November 9, 2015) Liberal
  Gaétan Lelièvre Parti Québécois Gaspé
  Independent (since May 15, 2017)
  Stéphanie Vallée Liberal Gatineau
  Françoise David (until January 19, 2017) Québec solidaire Gouin
  Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois (from May 29, 2017) Québec solidaire
  François Bonnardel CAQ Granby
  Claude Surprenant CAQ Groulx
  Independent (since January 24, 2017)
  Carole Poirier Parti Québécois Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
  Maryse Gaudreault Libéral Hull
  Stéphane Billette Libéral Huntingdon
  Claire Samson CAQ Iberville
  Germain Chevarie Liberal Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  Geoffrey Kelley Liberal Jacques-Cartier
  André Drolet Liberal Jean-Lesage
  Filomena Rotiroti Liberal Jeanne-Mance–Viger
  Yves Bolduc (until February 26, 2015) Liberal Jean-Talon
  Sébastien Proulx (from June 8, 2015) Liberal
  André Lamontagne CAQ Johnson
  Véronique Hivon Parti Québécois Joliette
  Sylvain Gaudreault Parti Québécois Jonquière
  Sylvain Pagé Parti Québécois Labelle
  Alexandre Cloutier Parti Québécois Lac-Saint-Jean
  Marc Tanguay Liberal LaFontaine
  Éric Caire CAQ La Peltrie
  Gaétan Barrette Liberal La Pinière
  Nicole Ménard Liberal Laporte
  Richard Merlini Liberal La Prairie
  François Legault CAQ L'Assomption
  Gerry Sklavounos Liberal Laurier-Dorion
  Independent (since October 20, 2016)
  Saul Polo Liberal Laval-des-Rapides
  Julie Boulet Liberal Laviolette
  Christian Dubé (until August 15, 2014) CAQ Lévis
  François Paradis (from October 20, 2014) CAQ
  Laurent Lessard Liberal Lotbinière-Frontenac
  Sam Hamad (until April 27, 2017) Liberal Louis-Hébert
  Geneviève Guilbault (from October 2, 2017) CAQ
  Robert Poëti Liberal Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  Bernard Drainville (until June 13, 2016) Parti Québécois Marie-Victorin
  Catherine Fournier (from December 5, 2016) Parti Québécois
  François Ouimet Liberal Marquette
  Marc Plante Liberal Maskinongé
  Mathieu Lemay CAQ Masson
  Pascal Bérubé Parti Québécois Matane-Matapédia
  Ghislain Bolduc Liberal Mégantic
  Amir Khadir Québec solidaire Mercier
  Francine Charbonneau Liberal Mille-Îles
  Sylvie D'Amours CAQ Mirabel
  Nathalie Roy CAQ Montarville
  Raymond Bernier Liberal Montmorency
  Pierre Arcand Liberal Mont-Royal
  Martin Coiteux Liberal Nelligan
  Donald Martel CAQ Nicolet-Bécancour
  Kathleen Weil Liberal Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
  Pierre Reid Liberal Orford
  Hélène David Liberal Outremont
  Alexandre Iracà Liberal Papineau
  Nicole Léger Parti Québécois Pointe-aux-Trembles
  André Fortin Liberal Pontiac
  Michel Matte Liberal Portneuf
  Marjolain Dufour (until September 3, 2015) Parti Québécois René-Lévesque
  Martin Ouellet (from November 9, 2015) Parti Québécois
  Lise Lavallée CAQ Repentigny
  Élaine Zakaïb (until September 29, 2014) Parti Québécois Richelieu
  Sylvain Rochon (from March 9, 2015) Parti Québécois
  Karine Vallières Liberal Richmond
  Harold LeBel Parti Québécois Rimouski
  Jean D'Amour Liberal Rivière-du-Loup–Témiscouata
  Carlos Leitão Liberal Robert-Baldwin
  Philippe Couillard Liberal Roberval
  Jean-François Lisée Parti Québécois Rosemont
  Nicolas Marceau Parti Québécois Rousseau
  Luc Blanchette Liberal Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue
  Guy Hardy Liberal Saint-François
  Marguerite Blais (until August 20, 2015) Liberal Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne
  Dominique Anglade (from November 9, 2015) Liberal
  Chantal Soucy CAQ Saint-Hyacinthe
  Dave Turcotte Parti Québécois Saint-Jean
  Pierre Karl Péladeau (until May 2, 2016) Parti Québécois Saint-Jérôme
  Marc Bourcier (from December 5, 2016) Parti Québécois
  Jean-Marc Fournier Liberal Saint-Laurent
  Manon Massé Québec solidaire Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques
  Pierre Giguère Liberal Saint-Maurice
  Jean Habel Liberal Sainte-Rose
  Alain Therrien Parti Québécois Sanguinet
  Luc Fortin Liberal Sherbrooke
  Lucie Charlebois Liberal Soulanges
  Diane Lamarre Parti Québécois Taillon
  Agnès Maltais Parti Québécois Taschereau
  Mathieu Traversy Parti Québécois Terrebonne
  Jean-Denis Girard Liberal Trois-Rivières
  Jean Boucher Liberal Ungava
  Martine Ouellet Parti Québécois Vachon
  Independent (since February 5, 2017)
  Patrick Huot Liberal Vanier-Les Rivières
  Marie-Claude Nichols Liberal Vaudreuil
  Stéphane Bergeron Parti Québécois Verchères
  Jacques Daoust (until August 19, 2016) Liberal Verdun
  Isabelle Melançon (from December 5, 2016) Liberal
  David Heurtel Liberal Viau
  Jean Rousselle Liberal Vimont
  Jacques Chagnon Liberal Westmount–Saint-Louis

Standings changes since the 41st general electionEdit

Number of members
per party by date
2014 2015 2016 2017
Apr 7 Aug 15 Sep 29 Oct 20 Feb 26 Mar 9 Apr 7 Jun 8 Aug 21 Aug 24 Aug 26 Sep 3 Sep 22 Oct 22 Nov 9 Apr 11 May 2 Jun 13 Jul 31 Aug 19 Oct 20 Dec 5 Jan 19 Jan 24 Jan 26 Feb 5 Apr 27 May 16 May 29 Oct 2
Liberal 70 69 71 70 69 68 71 70 69 70 69 68
Parti Québécois 30 29 30 29 28 29 30 29 28 30 29 28
Coalition Avenir Québec 22 21 22 21 20 21 20 21
Québec solidaire 3 2 3
Independent 0 1 0 1 2 3 4 5
  Total members 125 124 123 124 123 124 123 125 124 123 122 121 120 124 125 124 123 122 121 125 124 123 124 125
Vacant 0 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 1 0 1 2 3 4 0 1 2 1 0
  Government majority 15 16 17 16 15 14 15 17 16 15 16 15 16 18 17 18 19 20 19 18 15 16 15 14 13 12
Membership changes in the 41st Assembly
Date Name District Party Reason
  April 7, 2014 See list of members Election day of the 41st Quebec general election
  August 15, 2014 Christian Dubé Lévis Coalition Avenir Québec Resigned seat[1]
  September 29, 2014 Élaine Zakaïb Richelieu Parti Québécois Resigned seat[2]
  October 20, 2014 François Paradis Lévis Coalition Avenir Québec Elected in by-election[3]
  February 26, 2015 Yves Bolduc Jean-Talon Quebec Liberal Party Resigned seat[4]
  March 9, 2015 Sylvain Rochon Richelieu Parti Québécois Elected in by-election[5]
  April 7, 2015 Gérard Deltell Chauveau Coalition Avenir Québec Resigned seat[6]
  June 8, 2015 Véronyque Tremblay Chauveau Liberal Party Elected in by-election[7]
  June 8, 2015 Sébastien Proulx Jean-Talon Liberal Party Elected in by-election[8]
  August 20, 2015 Marguerite Blais Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne Liberal Party Resigned seat[9]
  August 24, 2015 Gilles Ouimet Fabre Liberal Party Resigned seat[10]
     August 26, 2015 Sylvie Roy Arthabaska Independent Left CAQ caucus to sit as Independent.[11]
  September 3, 2015 Marjolain Dufour René-Lévesque Parti Québécois Resigned seat[12]
  September 22, 2015 Robert Dutil Beauce-Sud Liberal Party Resigned seat[13]
  October 22, 2015 Stéphane Bédard Chicoutimi Parti Québécois Resigned seat[14]
  November 9, 2015 Dominique Anglade Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne Liberal Party Elected in by-election[15]
  November 9, 2015 Paul Busque Beauce-Sud Liberal Party Elected in by-election[16]
  November 9, 2015 Monique Sauvé Fabre Liberal Party Elected in by-election[17]
  November 9, 2015 Martin Ouellet René-Lévesque Parti Québécois Elected in by-election[17]
  April 11, 2016 Mireille Jean Chicoutimi Parti Québécois Elected in by-election
  May 2, 2016 Pierre Karl Péladeau Saint-Jérôme Parti Québécois Resigned seat
  June 13, 2016 Bernard Drainville Marie-Victorin Parti Québécois Resigned seat
     July 31, 2016 Sylvie Roy Arthabaska Independent Death (acute hepatitis)[18]
  August 19, 2016 Jacques Daoust Verdun Liberal Party Resigned
     October 20, 2016 Gerry Sklavounos Laurier-Dorion Independent Removed from the Liberal caucus due to sexual assault allegations, that he was later cleared of.
  December 5, 2016 Marc Bourcier Saint-Jérôme Parti Québécois Elected in by-election
  December 5, 2016 Catherine Fournier Marie-Victorin Parti Québécois Elected in by-election
  December 5, 2016 Éric Lefebvre Arthabaska CAQ Elected in by-election
  December 5, 2016 Isabelle Melançon Verdun Liberal Party Elected in by-election
  January 19, 2017 Françoise David Gouin Québec solidaire Resigned
     January 24, 2017 Claude Surprenant Groulx Independent Removed from CAQ caucus due to expense scandal.
     January 26, 2017 Pierre Paradis Brome-Missisquoi Independent Removed from the Liberal caucus due to sexual harassment allegations.
     February 5, 2017 Martine Ouellet Vachon Independent Resigned from the PQ Caucus to run for the Leadership of the Bloc Québécois
  April 27, 2017 Sam Hamad Louis-Hébert Liberal Party Resigned
     May 16, 2017 Gaétan Lelièvre Gaspé Independent Removed from the PQ caucus after admitting to accepting gifts as Administrator of Gaspé.
  May 29, 2017 Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois Gouin Québec solidaire Elected in by-election
  October 2, 2017 Geneviève Guilbault Louis-Hébert Coalition Avenir Québec Elected in by-election

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Authier, Philip (August 15, 2014). "CAQ heavyweight Christian Dubé leaving politics". The Gazette. Archived from the original on August 16, 2014. Retrieved August 16, 2014.
  2. ^ Ouellet, Martin (September 29, 2014). "Elaine Zakaïb, PQ Member, Quits Politics To Run Jacob". The Canadian Press. Retrieved September 29, 2014.
  3. ^ Vendeville, Geoffrey (October 21, 2014). "CAQ holds the fort in Lévis byelection". The Montreal Gazette. Retrieved October 21, 2014.
  4. ^ Authier, Philip (February 26, 2015). "Yves Bolduc turns his back on politics, heads back to medicine". Montreal Gazette. Retrieved February 26, 2015.
  5. ^ "Parti Québécois wins Richelieu riding in byelection". CBC. March 10, 2015. Retrieved March 10, 2015.
  6. ^ "Gérard Deltell jumps into federal politics with Conservatives". CBC News. April 7, 2015. Retrieved April 7, 2015.
  7. ^ "Véronyque Tremblay déloge la CAQ dans Chauveau". Journal de Québec. June 8, 2015. Retrieved June 8, 2015.
  8. ^ "Jean-Talon reste rouge". Journal de Québec. June 8, 2015. Retrieved June 8, 2015.
  9. ^ "MNA Marguerite Blais to resign next week: reports". Montreal Gazette, August 20, 2015.
  10. ^ "MNA Gilles Ouimet to quit politics". Montreal Gazette, August 24, 2015.
  11. ^ "Sylvie Roy quits CAQ to sit as independent". CTV News. August 26, 2015. Retrieved August 26, 2015.
  12. ^ "PQ MNA Marjolain Dufour quits for health reasons". Montreal Gazette, September 3, 2015.
  13. ^ "Robert Dutil announces he’s quitting politics". Global News, September 22, 2015.
  14. ^ "Le député Stéphane Bédard quitte la vie politique après 17 ans". Radio Canada, October 22, 2015.
  15. ^ "Élections partielles : Dominique Anglade élue dans Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne". Le Journal de Montréal, November 9, 2015.
  16. ^ "Paul Busque devient député de Beauce-Sud". L'Éclaireur Progrès, November 9, 2015.
  17. ^ a b "Le PLQ et le PQ en voie de conserver leurs sièges". Le Devoir, November 9, 2015.
  18. ^ "Sylvie Roy, independent MNA, dies at 51". CBC News. July 31, 2016. Retrieved August 1, 2016.