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The 42nd National Assembly of Quebec consists of those elected in the October 1, 2018, general election. As a result,François Legault (Coalition Avenir Québec) became Premier on October 18.

42nd Quebec Legislature
Majority parliament
Parliament leaders
PremierFrançois Legault
Leader of the
Opposition
Pierre Arcand
Party caucuses
GovernmentCoalition Avenir Québec
OppositionLiberal
Third partiesQuébec solidaire
Parti Québécois
Members125 MNA seats
Sovereign
MonarchElizabeth II
6 February 1952 – present
Lieutenant
Governor
J. Michel Doyon
24 September 2015 – present
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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
  Pierre Dufour CAQ Abitibi-Est
  Suzanne Blais CAQ Abitibi-Ouest
  Christine St-Pierre Liberal Acadie
  Lise Thériault Liberal Anjou–Louis-Riel
  Agnès Grondin CAQ Argenteuil
  Éric Lefebvre CAQ Arthabaska
  Luc Provençal CAQ Beauce-Nord
  Samuel Poulin CAQ Beauce-Sud
  Claude Reid CAQ Beauharnois
  Stéphanie Lachance CAQ Bellechasse
  Caroline Proulx CAQ Berthier
  Nadine Girault CAQ Bertrand
  Mario Laframboise CAQ Blainville
  Sylvain Roy Parti Québécois Bonaventure
  Simon Jolin-Barrette CAQ Borduas
  Paule Robitaille Liberal Bourassa-Sauvé
  Richard Campeau CAQ Bourget
  Isabelle Charest CAQ Brome-Missisquoi
  Jean-François Roberge CAQ Chambly
  Sonia LeBel CAQ Champlain
  Mathieu Lévesque CAQ Chapleau
  Jonatan Julien CAQ Charlesbourg
  Émilie Foster CAQ Charlevoix–Côte-de-Beaupré
  Marie-Chantal Chassé CAQ Châteauguay
  Sylvain Lévesque CAQ Chauveau
  Andrée Laforest CAQ Chicoutimi
  Guy Ouellette Liberal Chomedey
  Independent
  Marc Picard CAQ Chutes-de-la-Chaudière
  Marie-Ève Proulx CAQ Côte-du-Sud
  David Birnbaum Liberal D'Arcy-McGee
  Benoit Charette CAQ Deux-Montagnes
  Sébastien Schneeberger CAQ Drummond–Bois-Francs
  François Tremblay CAQ Dubuc
  Lorraine Richard Parti Québécois Duplessis
  Monique Sauvé Liberal Fabre
  Méganne Perry-Mélançon Parti Québécois Gaspé
  Robert Bussière CAQ Gatineau
  Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois Québec solidaire Gouin
  François Bonnardel CAQ Granby
  Eric Girard CAQ Groulx
  Alexandre Leduc Québec solidaire Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
  Maryse Gaudreault Libéral Hull
  Claire IsaBelle CAQ Huntingdon
  Claire Samson CAQ Iberville
  Joël Arseneau Parti Québécois Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  Greg Kelley Liberal Jacques-Cartier
  Sol Zanetti Québec solidaire Jean-Lesage
  Filomena Rotiroti Liberal Jeanne-Mance–Viger
  Sébastien Proulx Liberal Jean-Talon
  André Lamontagne CAQ Johnson
  Véronique Hivon Parti Québécois Joliette
  Sylvain Gaudreault Parti Québécois Jonquière
  Chantal Jeannotte CAQ Labelle
  Éric Girard CAQ Lac-Saint-Jean
  Marc Tanguay Liberal LaFontaine
  Éric Caire CAQ La Peltrie
  Gaétan Barrette Liberal La Pinière
  Nicole Ménard Liberal Laporte
  Christian Dubé CAQ La Prairie
  François Legault CAQ L'Assomption
  Andrés Fontecilla Québec solidaire Laurier-Dorion
  Saul Polo Liberal Laval-des-Rapides
  Marie-Louise Tardif CAQ Laviolette–Saint-Maurice
  Lucie Lecours CAQ Les Plaines
  François Paradis CAQ Lévis
  Isabelle Lecours CAQ Lotbinière-Frontenac
  Geneviève Guilbault CAQ Louis-Hébert
  Hélène David Liberal Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  Catherine Fournier Parti Québécois Marie-Victorin
  Independent
  Enrico Ciccone Liberal Marquette
  Simon Allaire CAQ Maskinongé
  Mathieu Lemay CAQ Masson
  Pascal Bérubé[1] Parti Québécois Matane-Matapédia
  Marie Montpetit Liberal Maurice-Richard
  François Jacques CAQ Mégantic
  Ruba Ghazal Québec solidaire Mercier
  Francine Charbonneau Liberal Mille-Îles
  Sylvie D'Amours CAQ Mirabel
  Nathalie Roy CAQ Montarville
  Jean-François Simard CAQ Montmorency
  Pierre Arcand[2] Liberal Mont-Royal–Outremont
  Monsef Derraji Liberal Nelligan
  Donald Martel CAQ Nicolet-Bécancour
  Kathleen Weil Liberal Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
  Gilles Bélanger CAQ Orford
  Mathieu Lacombe CAQ Papineau
  Chantal Rouleau CAQ Pointe-aux-Trembles
  André Fortin Liberal Pontiac
  Vincent Caron CAQ Portneuf
  Martin Ouellet Parti Québécois René-Lévesque
  Marguerite Blais CAQ Prévost
  Lise Lavallée CAQ Repentigny
  Jean-Bernard Émond CAQ Richelieu
  André Bachand CAQ Richmond
  Harold LeBel Parti Québécois Rimouski
  Denis Tardif CAQ Rivière-du-Loup–Témiscouata
  Carlos Leitão Liberal Robert-Baldwin
  Philippe Couillard Liberal Roberval
  Nancy Guillemette CAQ
  Vincent Marissal Québec solidaire Rosemont
  Louis-Charles Thouin CAQ Rousseau
  Émilise Lessard-Therrien Québec solidaire Rouyn-Noranda–Témiscamingue
  Geneviève Hébert CAQ Saint-François
  Dominique Anglade Liberal Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne
  Chantal Soucy CAQ Saint-Hyacinthe
  Louis Lemieux CAQ Saint-Jean
  Youri Chassin CAQ Saint-Jérôme
  Marwah Rizqy Liberal Saint-Laurent
  Manon Massé Québec solidaire Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques
  Christopher Skeete CAQ Sainte-Rose
  Danielle McCann CAQ Sanguinet
  Christine Labrie Québec solidaire Sherbrooke
  Marilyne Picard CAQ Soulanges
  Lionel Carmant CAQ Taillon
  Catherine Dorion Québec solidaire Taschereau
  Pierre Fitzgibbon CAQ Terrebonne
  Jean Boulet CAQ Trois-Rivières
  Denis Lamothe CAQ Ungava
  Ian Lafrenière CAQ Vachon
  Mario Asselin CAQ Vanier-Les Rivières
  Marie-Claude Nichols Liberal Vaudreuil
  Suzanne Dansereau CAQ Verchères
  Isabelle Melançon Liberal Verdun
  Frantz Benjamin Liberal Viau
  Jean Rousselle Liberal Vimont
  Jennifer Maccarone Liberal Westmount–Saint-Louis

Standings changes since the 42nd general electionEdit

Number of members
per party by date
2018 2019
Oct 2 Oct 4 Oct 5 Dec 10 Mar 11
Coalition Avenir Québec 74 75
Liberal 31 30 29
Québec solidaire 10
Parti Québécois 10 9
Independent 0 1 2
  Total members 125 124 125
Vacant 0 1 0
  Government majority 23 24 25
Membership changes in the 42nd Assembly
Date Name District Party Reason
  October 1, 2018 See list of members Election day of the 42nd Quebec general election
  October 4, 2018 Philippe Couillard Roberval Quebec Liberal Party Resignation from the Assembly
  October 5, 2018 Guy Ouellette Chomedey Quebec Liberal Party Expulsion from the Liberal Party caucus
  December 10, 2018 Nancy Guillemette Roberval CAQ Elected in by-election
  March 11, 2019 Catherine Fournier Marie-Victorin Parti Québécois Leaves the Parti Québécois caucus to become independent, due of her worrying the Party's future would not survive that long for future elections, and lack of actual commitment of believing for the Sovereigntist ideology.[3][4]

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ Pascal Bérubé is interim leader of the Parti québécois.
  2. ^ Pierre Arcand is interim leader of the Quebec Liberal Party.
  3. ^ "PQ may have no future, youth wing members say in open letter". The Canadian Press. March 11, 2019. Retrieved March 19, 2019.
  4. ^ "'They've lost their way': PQ MNA Catherine Fournier quits party". CTV Montreal. March 11, 2019. Retrieved March 19, 2019.