Armand Cloutier (31 December 1901 – 14 February 1982) was a Liberal party member of the House of Commons of Canada. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States, he was also an accountant and paymaster.
|Member of Parliament|
March 1940 – June 1957
|Preceded by||Wilfrid Girouard|
|Succeeded by||Samuel Boulanger|
|Born||31 December 1901|
Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
|Died||14 February 1982 (aged 80)|
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
(m. 22 July 1933)
He was first elected to Parliament at the Drummond—Arthabaska riding in the 1940 general election then re-elected for successive terms in 1945, 1949 and 1953. His first speech in the House of Commons was in February 1942, supporting Allied nations in the World War II effort but objected to proposals for military conscription to support overseas battles. Cloutier was defeated by Samuel Boulanger, an independent liberal candidate, in the 1957 election.
- Normandin, Pierre G. (1954). The Canadian Parliamentary Guide.
- Normandin, Pierre G. (1957). The Canadian Parliamentary Guide.
- "Armand Cloutier Makes Maiden Speech at Ottawa". The Drummondville Spokesman. 18 February 1942. p. 1. Retrieved 9 June 2010.